Advanced Rockets Corp appoints first Chief Operation Officer
by Staff Writers
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 16, 2018
In line with its mission to deploy newly patented rocket technology Advanced Rockets Corporation (ARC) has appointed Bradley L. Bartz as chief operations officer to oversee day-to-day operations.
Mr. Bartz, a 52-year-old technology veteran with international experience in communications and energy development, is based in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, and brings a wide range of management and business skills to the team.
Advanced Rockets' patented Hypersonic Space Vehicle (HSV) is designed to operate at hypersonic speeds within the atmosphere with minimal thermal restrictions, aided by an extremely low-drag design that works at ultra-high temperatures and under high mechanical stress.
"The system has the potential to vastly reduce the cost of access to space," said Mr. Bartz. "This technology could enable a range of space applications that were previously not cost effective."
"Bradley Bartz is a welcome member to our team," said Othniel Mbamalu, president and founder of Advanced Rockets Corporation. "Mr. Bartz will manage administration, sales and delivery in our effort. Mr. Bartz is focused on keeping my vision in place while our design and business teams expands," added Mbamalu.
Advanced Rockets Corporation (ARC) is space start up that aims to be a leading force in the design and commercialization of new hypersonic propulsion and related vehicle technology. ARC owns numerous patents in advanced propulsion and vehicle technologies for civilian and military applications.
Test Launch of Russia's New Unmanned Space Vehicle Could Be Postponed
Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 12, 2018
The first test launch of the unmanned version of Russia's new Federation spacecraft atop the new Soyuz-5 rocket has been suggested to be rescheduled from 2022 to 2023 after two test launches of the rocket with other spacecraft are held, a source in the aerospace industry told Sputnik Thursday. The unmanned version of Federation was initially set to be launched from Russia's Baikonur Cosmodrome atop Soyuz-5 in 2022, with the second test flight planned for 2023, when the spacecraft was set to dock t ... read more
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