Tag: aerospace

Russia’s Anti-Satellite Testing

The recent ASAT test performed by Russia has been widely denounced for its irresponsibility as it introduced a huge amount of additional debris into space.  If there is any positive from this reprehensible act, it is that is has focused the world’s attention on the responsible use of the space around the earth.  Rogue Space…
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Rogue Space Moves forward with Seed Round Offering and Closes Pre-Seed Round to Provide Orbital Services

Rogue Space Systems is developing a smart spacecraft program to offer transport, and in-space services to the growing space market today announced it has closed its initial round of investment to support the development of their spacecraft programs LACONIA, NH, October 20, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Rogue Space Systems Corporation, a U.S. company that is developing a smart…
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Rogue Space Now Accepts Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) from Investors on Crowdfunding Offering on truCrowd.com

Rogue Space Systems Corporation, a space startup and developer of a fleet of satellite servicing spacecrafts, announced today that it will accept Bitcoin and Ethereum on its crowdfunding offering on truCrowd.com, a federal equity crowdfunding portal LACONIA, NH (June 10, 2021) Rogue Space Systems Corporation is now accepting Bitcoin and Ethereum cryptocurrency from non-accredited and…
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Meet Sadia Mooring, Research Scientist Coordinator at Rogue Space Systems

Sadia Mooring:  Sadia Mooring is a Rogue Space Systems Research Scientist Coordinator, communicating the science behind Rogue’s technology to a variety of stakeholders. Her main mission at Rogue is to prepare successful proposals and grants for funding.  Her other goals include helping with research and development for Active Debris Removal tools and conducting data analysis…
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Meet Dana Ruchti, Aerospace Engineer at Rogue Space Systems

Dana Ruchti is a Rogue Space Systems Aerospace Engineer. She knows that orbital debris in space is a big problem, and she’s here at Rogue to help fix it. Debris left behind by spacecraft launched into orbit can pose a serious risk for future missions, she says — even a one-millimeter sized piece of debris can damage a…
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