June 26, 2019 – Parabilis Awarded Follow-on NASA R&D Contract for Flow Control Device

Parabilis Space Technologies, Inc. announced today that it was awarded a follow-on contract by NASA’s Stennis Space Center to continue development of an in-line, dynamically-adjustable, flow-control cavitating venturi assembly.  A cavitating venturi provides mass flow control in fluid systems by accelerating working fluid until it reaches vapor pressure at a narrow throat, then recovers...

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June 7, 2019 – Parabilis and FreeFall Awarded Air Force R&D Contract

Parabilis Space Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has teamed with FreeFall Aerospace of Tucson AZ to develop FreeFall’s novel Inflatable Spherical Antenna, and integrate the antenna into a CubeSat platform.  Freefall’s innovative electronically steerable inflatable structure allows a large aperture, wide field of view antenna to be packaged into a shoebox-size satellite platform....

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July 19, 2018 – Partnership with University of Southern California SERC for CubeSat Propulsion

Parabilis Space Technologies, Inc. announced a partnership with the University of Southern California’s Space Engineering Research Center (USC/SERC) of Los Angeles CA to develop a CubeSat-scale maneuvering and orbital transfer stage for NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  Parabilis will leverage its years of experience with nitrous oxide/HTPB hybrid motor technologies to package a high-impulse...

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December 20, 2017 – Extended Burn Achieved on 3D-Printed RCS Thruster

Parabilis Space Technologies, Inc. of San Marcos, CA announced that it had successfully completed the first round of hotfire testing of an additively manufactured (3D-printed) Reaction Control System Thruster at its Lakeside Test Facility.  The cryogenic oxygen and liquid natural gas thruster testing culminated in a smooth 12-second burn demonstrating thermal steady state operation....

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December 8, 2017 – Parabilis Demonstrates Multi-Material 3-D Printing Technology

Parabilis Space Technologies Inc. announced today that it has successfully demonstrated the ability to incorporate prefabricated and dissimilar materials into a single multi-material part.  Under a contract with NASA’s Langley Research Center, pre-fabricated copper, isomolded graphite, and Inconel 718 components were successfully encapsulated and integrated into a printed Inconel base.  Successful encapsulation of non-weldable...

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