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Sierra Space has started the delivery of its proprietary, patented Surface Mount Technology (SMT) solar power systems.

These innovative and groundbreaking solar arrays will supply the satellite industry with higher power densities, drastically reduced production times and high ...reliability.

Initial deliveries in 2022 include multiple lunar power systems, namely the recent NASA VIPER rover – which passed a major qualification with a thermal regime range of -235C to +160C – and the iSpace HAKUTO-R lander later this year.

Researchers, biologists, and even international diplomats are welcome.

With Sierra Space's Orbital Reef in collaboration with Blue Origin, you're invited to collaborate in Earth’s orbit for the first time.

#SierraSpaceHistory | December 2016, NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough during VEG-03 harvest and stow of Red Romaine lettuce, in the Columbus Module. Veg-03 used the Veggie plant growth facility to cultivate a type of cabbage, which was harvested in orbit with samples returned to Earth for ...testing.

Credit: NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

"When it launches it will change everything." Hear how Joel Sema sees the future of the Dream Chaser.

#SierraSpace #DreamChaser

#SierraSpaceHistory | Astronaut Scott Kelly initiated VEG-01 B, the second crop of lettuce, on July, 8, 2015, and both Kelly and Astronaut Kjell Lindgren cared for the plants. The crop grew for 33 days. VEG-01 B included one set of six plant pillows planted with red romaine lettuce seeds. On Aug. ...10, 2015, the crew harvested and consumed leaves from each plant. This was the first crop grown and consumed in space. They harvested the rest of the plant tissue and froze it in the station’s Minus Eighty-Degree Laboratory Freezer for ISS (MELFI) for return to Earth for further study including microbial analysis, antioxidant capacity, mineral analysis and anthocyanin concentration.

Credit: @nasa

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