March 30, 2021 – DoD Selects Parabilis to Develop Nitrous-Ethane Propulsion System

Parabilis Space Technologies, Inc. of San Marcos, CA announced today that it has been selected by the Department of Defense to develop a low-cost, high-performance, modular propulsion system utilizing nitrous oxide (N2O) and ethane as green propellants. The Self-Pressurizing Orbital Rocket (SPOTR) module that will be developed in subsequent phases of this program may be...Continue reading

March 30, 2021 – NASA Selects Parabilis to Develop Propulsion Test Device

Parabilis Space Technologies, Inc. of San Marcos, CA today announced it has been selected by NASA to develop a wireless transducer acquisition device that will meet NASA’s need for advanced propulsion test technology. The battery-powered Blue Tooth device will allow for remote, wireless reading of pressure transducers. According to Dr. Shannon Eilers, Principal Engineer at...Continue reading

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 working...Continue reading

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. Parabilis...Continue reading

August 17, 2018 – Parabilis Announces Three NASA Program Wins

Parabilis Space Technologies, Inc. of San Marcos, CA today announced that it was awarded three additional NASA contracts to design, develop, and test new space technologies.  “We are extremely pleased with these important NASA program wins,” stated Dave Streich, Chief Executive Officer.  “These programs contribute directly to the achievement of NASA’s strategic goals, and add...Continue reading

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