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New Shepard Mission NS-17 Launches NASA Payload

August 26th, 2021: Blue Origin’s most recent New Shepard rocket launch, NS-17, had numerous scientific and research payloads aboard. Eleven of these payloads are NASA-supported, but one payload in particular had Odyssey Space Research support as well. The Deorbit, Descent, and Landing (DDL) Sensor is a science experiment created by NASA JSC’s Safe and Precise Landing - Integrated Capabilities Evolution (SPLICE) project, which several OSR employees support. This payload is mounted externally [...]


Odyssey to Implement Dream Chaser Flight Software

September 8, 2021: Odyssey has been engaged by Sierra Space to implement the flight software for the uncrewed Dream Chaser vehicle as part of NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services 2 (CRS2) program. Dream Chaser is a spaceplane that will transport cargo [...]

By |September 8th, 2021|Company, Dream Chaser, ISS Visiting Vehicles|

Odyssey Engineers Play Key Role in ISS Recovery

July 29, 2021: Just 2 hours and 16 minutes after docking of the Russian Nauka module to the ISS, unplanned firings of thrusters on the module caused the ISS attitude control system to stop maintaining orientation in an event called [...]

By |July 29th, 2021|Human Spaceflight Operations|
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