We are working with the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab on space propulsion applications of their compact aneutronic fusion engine. We have analyzed optimal trajectories to Mars, L2, and Jupiter!
We designed a small satellite to explore near earth asteroids using our Spacecraft Control Toolbox. The satellite features green HPGP thrusters, our autonomous navigation sensor, and a miniature ion engine.
PSS is developing technologies to enable economical commercial space operations.
We have worked for the Air Force and Missile Defense Agency to develop autonomous guidance and control systems for high-altitude airships.
PSS is working on SRT, a two stage to orbit, horizontally launched horizontally landing launch vehicle to carry 200 kg to the International Space Station. SRT-C could bring 6 crew members and 1000 kg to the ISS.
PSS designed a new autonomous deep space navigation system and sensor for NASA.
PSS has developed spacecraft formation flying and proximity operations algorithms for a wide variety of applications, with the support of NASA and the Air Force.
PSS developed a vertical axis wind turbine and advanced control algorithms for wind turbines for the NSF. For more information on the home and business small wind turbine go to Commercial VAWT