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NSL News

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  • Science Projects In Space: Upland Company To Launch Tiny Satellite With Student-Made Software Indiana Public Radio’s Tony Sandleben wrote a piece about the ThinSat™ after interviewing NSL staff. Read it here!

  • NSL recently received press from the Marion Chronicle Tribune. Read the article here:

  • David Meleski NearSpace Launch, Inc. (765)998-8942 June 20, 2017 NearSpace Launch, Inc. is proud to announce that after more than a month on orbit, NSL’s EyeStar communication systems on the Challenger satellite is fully operational and transmitting real-time data. The satellite was transported to...

  • David Meleski NearSpace Launch, Inc. (765)998-8942 June 20, 2017 Grant County company NearSpace Launch Inc. is proud to announce we are manufacturing, via a contract with NanoRacks LLC, the satellite for the Asgardia-1 Mission which will launch in the fall of this year. With...

  • >> Click here: GEARRS2 Presentation pdf

  • GEARRS has been featured on the Grant County website in an article by a Chronicle-Tribune writer. Click on the picture to read more about the article, which focuses on NSL’s partnership with Taylor University.

  • Inside Indiana Business, a news site about Indiana corporations and economic entities, has written an article featuring NSL and its partnership with the Air Force, specifically highlighting the GEARRS satellite. Click on the picture below to read the full article.

  • Exciting news! Another article, this time in the Marion Chronicle-Tribune, about the Taylor nanosatellite (TSAT), the development and production of which was facilitated by NearSpace Launch, Inc., particularly the president Hank Voss (mentioned here by name) and chief engineer Jeff Dailey. Click on the picture...

  • NSL President Dr. Hank Voss and Chief Engineer Jeff Dailey are featured in this news article from The Echo announcing the imminent completion of the Taylor University Satellite (TSAT) as spearheading the research and engineering behind this ambitious project. Click on the picture to read the full article! Read...