Space Launcher & Spaceport Operators

List of private organisations that offer equipment and services geared towards robotic and human spaceflight. Includes launch service providers and spacecraft component manufacturers.

Rocket Lab’s mission is to remove the barriers to commercial space by providing frequent launch opportunities to low Earth orbit. Since its creation in 2006 by Peter Beck, Rocket Lab has delivered a range of complete rocket systems and technologies for fast and affordable payload deployment.
United States
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Eurockot Launch Services GmbH is the Bremen, Germany, based joint venture of ArianeGroup and Khrunichev Space Center and performs launches of satellites into Low Earth Orbits (LEO) for institutional and commercial satellite operators.
Germany
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United Launch Alliance (ULA) is a joint venture of Lockheed Martin Space Systems and Boeing Defense, Space & Security. ULA was formed in December 2006 by combining the teams at these companies which provide spacecraft launch services to the government of the United States.
United States
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A private aerospace company that specializes in the launch of secondary payloads ranging from 1 kg up to 300 kg micro satellites from a variety of space launch vehicles, such as Antares, Dnepr, Soyuz, and Falcon 9, as well as from the ISS.
United States
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Stratolaunch, founded in 2011 by Paul G. Allen, is developing an air-launch platform to make access to space more convenient, reliable, and routine. The company believe that normalizing access to low Earth orbit (LEO) has the potential to redefine lives by creating more opportunities for commercial, philanthropic and governmental organizations to collect actionable data and drive advancements.
United States
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Bagaveev Corporation is a dedicated nanosatellite launcher company. It develops a reusable nanosatellite launcher that is capable of delivering up to 10kg to the Low Earth Orbit which can help with broadcasting, eart observation etc.
United States
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Founded in 2015, Orbex is Europe’s leading private launch services company, focused entirely on supporting the needs of the small satellite industry. The company launches customer satellites into polar and sun-synchronous low Earth orbits from a unique, modern launch location in the heart of the European continent.
United Kingdom
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Zero 2 Infinity is developing the way to elevate all kind of payloads that require testing and certifying in space conditions. The company is also working on sending small satellites into orbit through its launcher Bloostar, and plans to send people to near space for science and leisure.
Spain
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Firefly was created for one simple reason: provide economical, high-performance space launch capability for the under-served small satellite market, where secondary-payload launches are often the only option. The technologies employed in our state-of-the-art rockets provide a clear pathway for future incremental improvements in vehicle capability. Later vehicles will also have reusable elements an
United States
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Avio is a service provider and manufacturer of subsystems and components for military and commercial jet engines. The company designs, develops, produces, and integrates space launchers, solid and liquid fuel propulsion systems for tactical missiles and satellites, as well as provides research and development services.
Italy
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