Sierra Nevada Completes Commercial Crew Milestone


Sierra Nevada raised an undisclosed amount of money to complete an investment finance milestone under its NASA Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement. 

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Sierra Nevada Corp. To Build ISS Berthing Hardware for Bigelow Module

OSTP’s John Olson Leaves Government for Sierra Nevada


The White House space policy expert has left government to take a position with Sierra Nevada Space Systems, one of three companies angling for a NASA contract to deliver crews to and from the international space station.

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Sierra Nevada Brings on Lockheed as Dream Chaser Subcontractor
Boeing, SpaceX and Sierra Nevada Stay in Race for Commercial Crew
Sierra Nevada Plans Florida Expansion
Sierra To Wind-tunnel Test Dream Chaser at Marshall
Summer Test Flight Planned for Sierra Nevada Space Taxi [Reuters]
Irish Bookie: Smart Money Is on Sierra’s Dream Chaser

NASA Space Act Agreement Opens KSC to Sierra Nevada


Sierra Nevada Space Systems, an aspiring provider of commercial astronaut transport services, on July 7 inked a new Space Act Agreement with NASA to use Kennedy Space Center (KSC) infrastructure and personnel to support development of the Sparks, Nev.-based company’s Dream Chaser space plane.

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Virgin Galactic Announces CCDev Partnerships with Orbital and Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada, Northrop Grumman Tapped To Build Radar Satellite for ORS Office


WASHINGTON — Sierra Nevada and Northrop Grumman have been chosen to build the radar imaging payload and satellite platform, respectively, for a U.S. Defense Department “operational prototype” mission.

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Sierra Nevada Passes Third CCDev Milestone with Firings of Engine for Dream Chaser

New Sierra Nevada Facility’s Assembly Line Dedicated to Small Satellites


SAN FRANCISCO — In an effort to reduce the time and expense of building multiple satellites with similar designs, Sierra Nevada Space Systems is setting up the first major manufacturing facility with an assembly line specifically designed to produce a variety of small satellites, said Mark Sirangelo, corporate vice president for Sierra Nevada Corp. and chairman of Sierra Nevada Space Systems.

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Sierra Nevada Awarded $20 Million in NASA CCDev Contracts

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