The founder of an Anchorage aerospace firm is lending his business acumen to aspiring entrepreneurs.
The JPSS-2 environmental satellite sends data to UAF about the weather, sea ice, wildfires, and much more.
Scientists at the UAF Geophysical Institute suggest atmosphere leaking from the Earth might have frozen as water on the Moon.
After years of overseeing rocket launches from Kodiak Island, airplanes are no problem for Craig Campbell.
The Alaska Aerospace Corporation’s first commercial customer at the Pacific Spaceport Complex on Kodiak Island finally had success launching a rocket to orbit. California-based Astra Space sent up its 43-foot, two-stage Launch Vehicle 0007 on Friday night, carrying a dummy payload as a test for the US Space Force.
The former President and CEO of Alaska Aerospace is returning to the state-owned corporation. Craig Campbell is leaving his current position in Anchorage City Hall as policy and programs director for Mayor Dave Bronson.
The launch window for this year’s winter experiment at Poker Flat Research Range 30 miles north of Fairbanks opens Sunday, January 26, at 4 a.m. AKST.
Alaska Aerospace released the 2018 Annual Report, titled “Rockets and Roll’n,” commemorating twenty years of space launch from the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA) at Narrow Cape, Kodiak.