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TVA’s RED-Data2 Flight Units Ready for Launch Integration for OA-7

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ATLANTA, GA, February 27, 2017 – Terminal Velocity Aerospace’s first three RED-Data2 flight units have completed checkout at NASA Johnson Space Center and have arrived at NASA Kennedy Space Center ready for integration into a Cygnus cargo vehicle for flight to the International Space Station (ISS). Launch is currently scheduled for early morning of March […]

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TVA Awarded NASA Phase II SBIR for Low-cost Small Reentry Devices

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ATLANTA, GA, April 16, 2015 – Terminal Velocity Aerospace (TVA) was awarded a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) contract from NASA entitled “Low-Cost Small Reentry Devices to Enhance Space Commerce and ISS Utilization.” The Phase II effort, administered by Johnson Space Center, builds on Phase I results and TVA’s reentry device (RED) development to date. […]

TVA Selected for NASA Flight Opportunities Program

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ATLANTA, GA, April 14, 2015 –Terminal Velocity Aerospace, LLC (TVA) was recently selected by the NASA Flight Opportunities Program (FOP) for demonstration of a small payload return capsule and associated technologies via a high-altitude drop test. Flight test of the prototype capsule will demonstrate mission-enabling communications technologies and verify integrated performance, including functionality of its […]

Terminal Velocity Aerospace Enters into Space Act Agreement with NASA Ames Research Center

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ATLANTA, GA, October 28, 2013 –Terminal Velocity Aerospace, LLC (TVA) has signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA Ames Research Center to collaborate on evaluation, testing, and technology transfer of newly-developed thermal protection system (TPS) materials. The lightweight conformal and flexible ablative materials provide performance and manufacturing advantages over existing materials used to protect space vehicles from […]

TVA accepted into the Georgia Tech VentureLab portfolio

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Research and development of TVA’s next generation of reentry devices is being performed at the Georgia Tech Space Systems Design Lab (SSDL). The Georgia Tech Venture Lab facilitates the transition of these devices from the laboratory to commercial applications. As a VentureLab company, TVA receives guidance and assistance from the experienced VentureLab team with developing […]