International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight

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The symposium is a dialog between the speakers and audience. Together we capture the growth, diversification and momentum of the commercial space industry at the time of the conference. Short powerful talks capture direction of the sectors focused…

astronautsBlue OriginBoeingCommercial CargoCommercial CrewFAALockheed MartinNASAOrbital ATKSierra Nevada Corp.SpaceXULAVirgin Galactic
A five-segment solid rocket motor similar to those Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems will supply NASA for its Space Launch System undergoes a 2011 test in Utah. Credit: NASA/Orbital ATK
An Orbital ATK technician monitors a ground demonstration of MEV docking systems. Credit: Orbital ATK
This NASA Goddard Space Flight Center illustration shows a servicing spacecraft, left, approaching a satellite needing assistance. Credit: NASA Goddard
An Orbital ATK Mission Extension Vehicle docks with a satellite to take over pointing and station keeping. Credit: Orbital ATK
OmegA, the rocket formerly known as Next Generation Launch system, is Orbital ATK's answer to intermediate and heavy-lift launchers in the works at ULA, SpaceX and Blue Origin. Credit: Orbital ATK
Virgin Orbit 747
Antares Cygnus OA-9
Illustration of a cargo version of Dream Chaser  docked to the International Space Station. Credit: Sierra Nevada Corp.
GPS 3 satellite (Lockheed Martin)
OmegA, the rocket formerly known as Next Generation Launch system, is Orbital ATK's answer to intermediate and heavy-lift launchers in the works at ULA, SpaceX and Blue Origin. Credit: Orbital ATK
Mission Robotic Vehicle
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RSGS GEO Robotic Servicing Vehicle (RSV) Credit: DARPA/SSL
GEOStar-2 Orbital ATK

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