Why are we so intent on exploring space when we have so many problems right here on Earth?
Firefly Aerospace Inc., a leading provider of economical and dependable launch vehicles, spacecraft, and in-space services, announced the successful completion of its Series A financing.
Dr. Max Polyakov – the international technology entrepreneur, investor and economist who is revolutionizing the space industry – today announced the completion of his acquisition of a majority stake in Dragonfly Aerospace.
Earth Observation Data Analytics (EOSDA) is looking to use satellite technology to make a difference in the areas of agriculture, oil and gas, forestry, and disaster recovery.
Ukrainian entrepreneur Max Polyakov, with his Silicon Valley-based investment vehicle Noosphere Ventures Partners, is on a mission to build out a vertically integrated space business.
Space Foundation, a global space advocate for nearly 40 years, today announced a new three-year partnership with Noosphere Venture Partners LP to support its annual International Student Art Contest.
General Atomics selected Firefly Aerospace to launch a small Earth science satellite for NASA on an Alpha rocket in 2022.
A Firefly Aerospace lander will launch to the moon in 2023 as part of NASA’s Artemis program.