CUA has purchased its own 10,000 s.f. building for office and laboratory operations in northwest Champaign, IL. The big move is slated for later this summer.
Dawn Haken, a junior in Electrical Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is the student team lead for the IlliniSat 2 bus which is being used for the CU Aerospace CubeSail mission.
CU Aerospace President, David Carroll, is featured in a News-Gazette article titled, "The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio: Oct. 29, 2017."
CU Aerospace co-founder Victoria Coverstone is quoted in Planetary Society's solar sailing mission update overview.
CU Aerospace technology - Propulsion Unit for CubeSats (PUC) - is discussed in Aerospace America article.
CU Aerospace is pleased to announce Joseph Zimmerman as a new junior partner of the company.
BLAZE Multiphysics is simplifying complex physics problems for researchers.
CU Aerospace is included on page 45 of the latest update to the Small Spacecraft Technology State of the Art Report.
CU Aerospace is deeply saddened by the loss of one of our esteemed mentors and colleagues, Dr. Joseph Verdeyen. Dr. Verdeyen had worked with CUA since 2001 and contributed significantly to the numerous gas laser programs. He will be greatly missed.
The joint CU Aerospace/University of Illinois mission CubeSail is officially manifested for launch in mid-2017. It will launch through the NASA program Educational Launch of Nanosatellites: Project ELaNa to 85 deg. inclination, 500 km altitude.