PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Where we are now...
Why build the whole satellite when you only need the payload?
Scout Aerospace is in the process of developing the AstroLabe orbital worksite. AstroLabe is a payload hosting platform with an onboard GNC computer / transponder focused in line with emerging Space Traffic Management and Space Situational Awareness needs. With our new product we will bring our knowledge of MRO concepts to orbit. The AstroLabe OBC will serve as the center piece in a line of products to create a persistent, orbital servicing and manufacturing service.
SMALL SATELLITE AND COMPONENT DESIGN
Space is dangerous, don't go it alone.
We offer time and materials contracts to assist customers with the design of aerospace and spacecraft components and electronics. Designing for the extreme conditions of space is no small undertaking. Space is harsh environment.
Atomic oxygen erodes plastics and metals, radiation corrupts data, and unabated heat destroys your hard work. We offer our highly trained and educated team of engineers to solve your aerospace needs. We are educated and trained skills such as radiation protection, aerospace electronics, vibration analysis, heat transfer, orbital mechanics, and more. We include subcontracting and research support among our services.
RADIATION PROTECTION MODELING
We can help you protect your assets from the radiation of space.
Space is full of radiation. From the solar wind, to the Van Allen belts, to cosmic rays traveling close to the speed of light, all pose their own hazards. Your assets in orbit are vulnerable. Shielding against radiation is difficult even when you are not concerned with mass costs. Contact us and we can help you find the right shielding protection you need.
Let our deep knowledge of Georiga's aerospace resources help you.
Scout Aerospace is always looking for new innovations and opportunities. We are registered with SAMS and CAGE for federal contracting and grants. In the past, we have submitted joint grant proposals for long range coherence power beaming technologies and photolytic decomposition of high test peroxide propellants. If your university, institute, or FFRDC is looking for a partner to bring a new space technology to the market then contact us and we can help you plan a strategy.
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