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MASTEN SPACE

MASTEN SPACE SYSTEMS
1570 Sabovich St, Mojave, CA 93501, United States
Masten Space Systems specifies their major offering areas as: Rocket Development, Launch & Landing Facilities, Rocket Design Services, Precision Landing Technologies, Lunar Vehicles, Terrestrial VTVL Rocket Vehicles, and Spacecraft Engines.
DUNS #:
784877610
CAGE Code:
4JDM8
Type:
Manufacturer
Employees:
10-50
Annual Revenue:
$1M-$5M
Year Founded:
2004
Country of Origin:
United States
Sectors Served:
US Federal
Company Security Level:
Unknown
Credit Card Usage:
No

Specialties and Expertise:

Propulsion Systems, Propulsion for Launch, Aerospace, Space Travel, Space Vehicles, Launch Vehicles, Terrestrial Vehicles, Lunar Vehicles, Propulsion Solutions, Propulsion Engines, Propulsion for O...

Contact/Location Info5

Size and minority status

Size
Small business
Ownership
African American
Alaska Native
Asian-Indian
Asian-Pacific
Hispanic
Minority-Unspecified
Native American
Native Hawaiian
Tribal
Unspecified
Veteran
Woman
Government Set-Aside Programs
AbilityOne
HUBZone
SBA 8(a)
SDVOSB
Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)
Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB)

Commodity Codes53

PRODUCTS AND SERVICES2

Lunar Vehicles
Masten Space Systems offer lunar vehicles which includes XL-1, XL-2, and XEUS. XL-1 to deliver 100 kg payload, XL-2 to provide increased landing precision, longer surface life and larger payloads, and XEUS to heavy lift cargo delivery to the Moon.
Terrestrial Vehicles
Terrestrial VTVL Rocket Vehicles are Entry, Descent, and Landing (EDL) testbed vehicles capable of vertical takeoff and landing, planetary landing trajectories to the Moon, and precision station keeping.

Past experience4

SBIR
PermiAM: Engineered Porosity In-Situ with F...
This work answers the questions and needs of Focus Area 21 Subtopic Z9.01 for small launch vehicle technologies by providing afforda...
SBIR
Surviving the Lunar Night Using Metal Oxida...
Metal oxidation warming systems (MOWS) generate heat through the oxidation of various metals, including lithium, aluminum, and magne...
SBIR
Terrestrial Plume Impingement Testbed
Masten Space Systems proposes to create a terrestrial plume impingement testbed for generating novel datasets for extraterrestrial r...
SBIR
Testing Deep Cratering Physics to Inform Pl...
There exist crucial gaps in the understanding of engine plume physics that make it impossible to develop reliable, high-fidelity mod...

Known Locations Served1

  • United States 2 locations
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