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Jun 20, 2024
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Gravitics develops testing gauntlet for larger spacecraft in collaboration with NASA

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  • Gravitics, a Seattle-based space station and aerospace component developer, announced that it has partnered with NASA to develop testing methods for larger spacecraft.

  • This involves qualification tests to certify that the spacecraft can withstand tough launchings and any environments of space, and it includes thermal, vacuum, vibration, and acoustic testing.

  • Gravitics plans to develop a testing gauntlet that could overcome challenges with existing methods that only apply to smaller spacecraft by altering current parameters, and assumptions. Gravitics also expects to move its focus from spacecraft with a 4-meter or less payload by developing a line of space station modules that span 8 meters in diameter.

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