Redwire, a leader in space infrastructure for the next generation space economy, is providing critical navigation components and roll-out solar array (ROSA) technology for NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission, the world’s first planetary defense test mission.
According to Redwire, the acquisition is part of its strategy towards in-space manufacturing in Low Earth Orbit (LEO).
Redwire, a company built up by acquiring a series of space technology companies, has purchased space biotechnology company Techshot.
Space system manufacturer Redwire has unveiled plans to deploy 3D printing onboard an upcoming commercial space station known as the ‘Orbital Reef.’
The company’s primary partner for the station is Sierra Space, a subsidiary of aerospace contractor Sierra Nevada Corporation – with the team also including Boeing, Redwire Space, and Genesis Engineering.
Redwire Team Wins Phase I of NASA’s Break the Ice Lunar Challenge to Advance Capabilities for Artemis
Redwire participated in the Break the Ice Lunar Challenge, NASA’s newest Centennial Challenge focusing on the development of technologies and system architectures for excavating and transporting lunar resources to support a sustained human presence on the Moon.
Redwire is the sixth space company to close a SPAC deal and go public this year – following AST & Science, Astra, Spire Global, Momentus and Rocket Lab.