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This page is a LIST OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES that currently offer – or are planning to offer – equipment and services geared towards spaceflight , both robotic and human .

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS ARTICLE

LEO: Low Earth orbit GTO: Geostationary transfer orbit VTOL: Vertical take-off and landing
Vertical take-off and landing
SSTO: Single-stage-to-orbit
Single-stage-to-orbit
TSTO: Two-stage-to-orbit SSTSO: Single-stage-to-sub-orbit

CONTENTS

* 1 Manufacturers of space vehicles

* 1.1 Crew and cargo transport vehicles * 1.2 Space stations * 1.3 Launch vehicles * 1.4 Landers, rovers and probes * 1.5 Research craft and tech demonstrators * 1.6 Space mining * 1.7 Space manufacturing

* 2 Space settlement * 3 Propulsion manufacturers * 4 Satellite
Satellite
launchers * 5 Spaceliner companies * 6 Spacecraft component developers and manufacturers * 7 See also * 8 References

MANUFACTURERS OF SPACE VEHICLES

CREW AND CARGO TRANSPORT VEHICLES

See also: Ansari X Prize § Contestants , and List of manned spacecraft § Commercial

SPACE STATIONS

PRIVATE COMPANY NAME SPACE CRAFT NAME SPACE CRAFT TYPE Internal volume Passenger capacity CRAFT STATUS ORBIT AROUND REF

Axiom Space Axiom Module? Rigid Module ? 7 proposed Earth

Bigelow Aerospace Genesis I Inflatable module 11.5 m3 (406 cu ft) unmanned currently in LEO Earth

Bigelow Aerospace Genesis II
Genesis II
Inflatable module 11.5 m3 (406 cu ft) unmanned currently in LEO Earth

Bigelow Aerospace Galaxy Inflatable module 16.7 m3 (590 cu ft) unmanned cancelled Earth

Bigelow Aerospace Sundancer Inflatable module 180 m3 (6,357 cu ft) 3 cancelled Earth

Bigelow Aerospace BA 330 Inflatable module 330 m3 (11,654 cu ft) 6 testing Earth

Bigelow Aerospace BA 2100
BA 2100
Inflatable module 2,100 m3 (74,161 cu ft) 16 proposed Earth

Excalibur Almaz
Excalibur Almaz
Almaz
Almaz
derivative Rigid module ? 3 inactive Earth

Final Frontier Technologies FFT Earth-Moon- Mars
Mars
Earth Launch Station 1 Rigid module ? 6 proposed Earth

Final Frontier Technologies FFT Earth-Moon- Mars
Mars
Earth Launch Station 2 Rigid module ? 6 proposed Earth

Final Frontier Technologies FFT Earth-Moon- Mars
Mars
Lunar Launch Station 1 Rigid module ? 3 proposed Moon

Final Frontier Technologies FFT Earth-Moon- Mars
Mars
Lunar Launch Station 2 Rigid module ? 12 proposed Moon

Final Frontier Technologies FFT Earth-Moon- Mars
Mars
Martian Launch Station 1 Rigid module ? 6 proposed Mars

Final Frontier Technologies FFT Earth-Moon- Mars
Mars
Martian Launch Station 2 Rigid module ? 9 proposed Mars

Galactic Suite Ltd. Galactic Suite Rigid module ? 6 proposed Earth

Global Space Organization GSO Lunar Station One 3D Printed ? 10 proposed Earth

Orbital Technologies / RSC Energia
RSC Energia
Orbital Technologies Commercial Space Station Rigid Module The first module CSS will be volume about 20 m³. 7 development Earth

Gateway Galactic, Inc. Antaios (Depot) Propellant Depot ? unmanned development Earth

LAUNCH VEHICLES

Further information: List of orbital launch systems

COMPANY NAME Launcher name Launcher type No. of stages Maximum reach Launcher status Maiden flight REF

ARCA Haas 2b light rocket 1 suborbit development ?

ARCA Super Haas medium rocket 2 LEO development ?

Australian Space Research Institute AUSROCS light rocket 2 LEO development ?

Blue Origin
Blue Origin
New Glenn
New Glenn
heavy rocket 2 or 3 GTO development 2019

(planned)

Canadian Arrow Canadian Arrow rocket 2 LEO cancelled ?

Datiotec Aeroespacial / INMEU A.C. JFCR-2000A Pollux light rocket 1 suborbit development 2017 (planned)

General Astronautics Urania medium rocket 3 LEO cancelled —

Gilmour Space Technologies RASTA light rocket 1 suborbit operational (1/1) 2016

Gilmour Space Technologies Eris light rocket 3 LEO development ?

Independence-X Aerospace DNLV (Dedicated Nano Launch Vehicle) light rocket 2 LEO development 2023

Interorbital Systems
Interorbital Systems
NEPTUNE

N series light-to-medium rocket 1–9 LEO development ?

Interorbital Systems
Interorbital Systems
NEPTUNE N36 heavy rocket 36 lunar orbit proposed ?

Interorbital Systems
Interorbital Systems
Neptune TSAAHTO heavy rocket 2½ lunar orbit proposed ?

Lin Industrial Taymyr light rocket 3 LEO proposed ?

Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin
VentureStar reusable spaceplane 1 LEO cancelled —

Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin
Athena medium rocket 2 or 3 LEO retired (5/7) 1995

Mishaal Aerospace M-SV light rocket 1 suborbit development ?

Mishaal Aerospace M-OV light rocket 1+2-10 Boosters LEO development ?

Orbital ATK
Orbital ATK
Antares medium rocket 3 LEO operational (5/6) 2013

Interstellar Technologies Momo liquid fueled sounding rocket

suborbit development

Orbital ATK
Orbital ATK
Minotaur-C, formerly Taurus light rocket 4 LEO operational (6/9) 1994

Orbital ATK
Orbital ATK
Pegasus light rocket 3 LEO operational (38/43) 1990

Orbital Transport ">

SPACE MANUFACTURING

COMPANY NAME PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING CRAFT STATUS REF

Infinite Space Dynamics Propellant, Space Infrastructure, Propellant depot
Propellant depot
, communications platforms, space solar power satellites

Shackleton Energy Company propellant, space infrastructure, Propellant depot
Propellant depot

Deep Space Industries propellant, communications platforms, space solar power satellites

SPACE SETTLEMENT

COMPANY NAME COLONY LOCATION STATUS REF

Interplanetary Transport System Mars
Mars
development

Final Frontier Technologies Mars
Mars
proposed

Final Frontier Technologies Moon
Moon
proposed

Mars One
Mars One
Mars
Mars
Fundraising and assessing astronaut applications

PROPULSION MANUFACTURERS

COMPANY NAME ENGINE ENGINE TYPE APPLICATIONS REF

Accion Systems Inc. MAX-1 and TILE electric, electrospray ion

Ad Astra Rocket Company VASIMR
VASIMR
magnetoplasma may be used for future Mars
Mars
missions

AE Aerospace HIRE hybrid ion rocket

AE Aerospace Scearamjet Electric Scramjet
Scramjet

American Rocket Company

hybrid rocket The company became insolvent and was shut down in May 1996. Its lineage is part of SpaceShipOne.

ARCA Executor (rocket engine) LOX
LOX
/ RP-1 IAR 111 , Haas 2 , Haas 2b , Super Haas

Blue Origin
Blue Origin
BE-3
BE-3
LH2
LH2
/ LOX
LOX
rocket engine New Shepard

Blue Origin
Blue Origin
BE-4 LOX
LOX
/ Liquid methane
Liquid methane
Vulcan , New Glenn
New Glenn

CU Aerospace PUC, CHIPS, PPT-11 MCD / Resistojet / PPT Small satellite / CubeSat
CubeSat
missions

Reaction Engines Ltd. SABRE precooled air-breathing rocket planned to be used in Skylon

Virgin Galactic
Virgin Galactic
RocketMotorTwo hybrid rocket SpaceShipTwo

SpaceDev
SpaceDev

hybrid rocket SpaceShipOne
SpaceShipOne

SpaceX
SpaceX
Kestrel (rocket engine) LOX
LOX
/ RP-1 Falcon 1
Falcon 1
second stage

SpaceX
SpaceX
Merlin (rocket engine)
Merlin (rocket engine)
LOX
LOX
/ RP-1 Falcon 1
Falcon 1
, Falcon 9
Falcon 9
, Falcon 9
Falcon 9
Heavy first stage

SpaceX
SpaceX
Merlin Vacuum LOX
LOX
/ RP-1 Falcon 9
Falcon 9
, Falcon 9
Falcon 9
Heavy second stage

SpaceX
SpaceX
Raptor (rocket engine)
Raptor (rocket engine)
LOX
LOX
/ Liquid methane
Liquid methane
"a highly reusable methane staged-combustion engine that will power the next generation of SpaceX
SpaceX
launch vehicles designed for the exploration and colonization of Mars
Mars
."

TGV Rockets EC-15(Rocket Engine / Hydrocarbon
Hydrocarbon
"Low Cost liquid bipropellant engine for small launch and low cost"

SATELLITE LAUNCHERS

COMPANY LAUNCH VEHICLES PRIVATE REFS

Arianespace
Arianespace
Ariane, Vega Partial; minority owned by some EU states

Eurockot Launch Services Rockot No; 49% owned by Russia, and 51% by Kazakhstan

International Launch Services Proton No; 51%+ owned by Russia

ISC Kosmotras Dnepr No; Owned by Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
H-IIA, H-IIB Partial; own launchers, funded by JAXA.

Orbital ATK
Orbital ATK
Antares, Minotaur Partial; own launchers, funded by NASA

SpaceX
SpaceX
Falcon 9 Yes; own launchers

Sea Launch Zenit No; Bankrupt. Owned by Russia.

Starsem Soyuz No; 25% Owned by Russia, 25% Samara, 35% EADS SPACE Transportation, 15% EU

United Launch Alliance
United Launch Alliance
Atlas, Delta Yes; 50% owned by Lockheed Martin, 50% Boeing

SPACELINER COMPANIES

COMPANY NAME CONTRACTS FOR CRAFT UTILISED STATUS NOTES REFS

Benson Space Company SpaceDev
SpaceDev
Dream Chaser waiting for hardware

MirCorp none Soyuz TM , Progress M1 and Mir
Mir
defunct, Mir
Mir
deorbited

Space Adventures
Space Adventures
none Soyuz and the ISS active (7 tourists sent)

RocketShip Tours XCOR
XCOR
Lynx rocketplane
Lynx rocketplane
waiting for hardware

Virgin Galactic
Virgin Galactic
Scaled Composites SpaceShipTwo waiting for hardware

SPACECRAFT COMPONENT DEVELOPERS AND MANUFACTURERS

COMPANY PRODUCTION NOTES REFS

Altius Space Machines

Advanced Space

Advanced Space is a software and services company that leverages its unique subject matter expertise to improve the fundamentals of spaceflight.

Andrews Space

Axelspace

EADS Astrium Satellites

EADS Astrium Space Transportation
EADS Astrium Space Transportation

Made in Space

NanoRacks
NanoRacks

Rocketstar Robotics, Inc.

Starsys

merged with SpaceDev
SpaceDev

SpaceDev
SpaceDev

Space Environment Technologies

Space Environment Technologies provides services, products, and hardware for the operational space environment. It offers operational capabilities for forecasting Low Earth Orbit densities and for specifying surface charging, internal charging, single event effect, and radiation environments.

SpaceQuest, Ltd.

Talis Enterprises, Ltd.

SEE ALSO

* List of government space agencies
List of government space agencies
* List of spacecraft manufacturers including the "traditional space" companies * NewSpace * Private spaceflight * Robert Truax * Space industry * Tourism on the Moon
Moon

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EARTH-ORBITING SATELLITES

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VEHICLES

* Orbital launch systems

* Comparison

* Sounding rockets

* Spacecraft

* unmanned * manned

* Upper stages

LAUNCHES BY ROCKET TYPE

* Ariane * Atlas * Black Brant * Falcon 9
Falcon 9
and Heavy * Long March * Proton * R-7 (including Semyorka, Molniya, Vostok, Voskhod and Soyuz) * Scout * Thor and Delta * Titan * V-2 tests * Zenit

LAUNCHES BY SPACEPORT

* Satish Dhawan

Agencies, companies and facilities

* Communications satellite companies

* comparison

* Private spaceflight companies * Rocket launch sites * Space agencies * Spacecraft manufacturers

Other mission lists and timelines

* First orbital launches by country

* NASA missions

* Constellation missions

* Timeline of private spaceflight
Timeline of private spaceflight
* Timeline of longest spaceflights

* v * t * e

Space tourism
Space tourism

COMPANIES

* Armadillo Aerospace * Bigelow Aerospace * Blue Origin
Blue Origin
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* ARCA * Association of Autonomous Astronauts
Association of Autonomous Astronauts
* Astronaute Club Européen * Commercial Spaceflight
Spaceflight
Federation * Copenhagen Suborbitals
Copenhagen Suborbitals
* Space Frontier Foundation * Space Tourism Society

SPACECRAFT

* Current

* Soyuz

* Future

* BFR spaceship * CST-100 Starliner
CST-100 Starliner
* Dragon 2
Dragon 2
* New Glenn
New Glenn
* New Shepard * SpaceShipTwo

LIVING IN SPACE

* Commercializ