The White House has nominated the president and chief executive of suborbital spaceplane and engine developer XCOR Aerospace to a top position in the Defense Department. Read more >>
The idea of buying a ticket to space seems like something that would play out in a summer blockbuster movie.
Companies like Virgin Galactic, XCOR Aerospace and Blue Origin have been working for several years to change that. Read more >>
The first issue of Airbnbmag, which hits newsstands today, will help you find a place to stay off-planet, too. Here are the companies competing to take us to the heavens, and how much we’ll have to pay (and how long we’ll have to wait) for the ride of a lifetime. Read more >>
Flight Dynamics Study with the XCOR Lynx using the Suborbital Space Flight Simulator and Mission Control CenterZiad
This study was conducted to better understanding of the XCOR Lynx vehicle. Read more >>
XCOR Aerospace, a pioneer in the rapid development of long-life, reusable rocket engines, has recently chosen Syncroness, Inc. of Westminster, Colorado as a development partner. This relationship will set the stage for advanced product development and engineering solutions for years to come. Read more >>
Inside a series of nondescript buildings in the driest desert in North America, an entrepreneurial enclave is chasing the next frontier of commerce. Explosions are routine. The science is complex. Brain power and ambition are high, as is danger. This cluster of 17 young companies at the Mojave Air and Space Port, 90 miles northeast of Los Angeles, is shooting for the moon—and beyond…
NASA officials scout Mojave for technology and commercial space partners, and rockets are launched by small […]
Drive down a windy, muddy road, hidden on the backside of Midland airport’s southernmost tarmac, and you’ll find a shiny new hangar and office building: XCOR Aerospace’s Texas headquarters.
Most people associate the Permian Basin with oil and gas. But some Midlanders are hoping to make the region synonymous with space travel. Two years ago, Midland’s airport became the first commercial airport also licensed for flights into space. Today, it’s called Midland International Air and Spaceport. Read more >>
XCOR Aerospace and Immortal Data Incorporated have entered into a licensing agreement having Immortal Data further developing and commercializing the ShipsLogTM software, the data acquisition system for the XCOR Lynx Space Plane and its engine test stand. After enhancement and integration, ShipsLogTM will be a key element of a tail to nose aerospace data collection, storage and display solution offered by Immortal Data. Development efforts will begin immediately at Immortal Data facilities in Midland, TX, a facility funded by […]