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Moog has designed and manufactured components and systems for satellites and launch vehicles for over 60 years. Moog continues to make significant investment in propulsion facilities, metal additive manufacturing, avionics and innovative in-space delivery systems

Moog Focused on Opportunities in the New Space Market

Moog’s new space group is aimed at being an agile and collaborative partner for launch, exploration and small satellite ventures. Our approach is to leverage Moog’s deep experience with space-qualified components and heritage infrastructure as well as embracing increased flexibility to better align with the new space market development approach. 

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A new highly fault tolerant/ radiation tolerant graphics processing unit (GPU)

Moog teamed with Unibap of Sweden to develop a highly fault tolerant/ radiation tolerant graphics processing unit (GPU) processing platform for spacecraft.  There is a growing need in the spacecraft industry for higher computational capability that uses less power.  This technology satisfies that need.

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The Orbital Maneuvering Vehicle

The Moog Orbital Maneuvering Vehicle (OMV) is a propulsive tug for secondary payload deployment based on the Moog NSSL Secondary Payload Adapter (ESPA) ring. The OMV is designed to launch on NSSL-class launch vehicles (Atlas V, Delta IV, Falcon 9) while supporting up to 1500 kg of secondary payloads with a variety of standard separation systems.


MEPS allows ultra-capacitors to be connected to a power system to function as an electric accumulator. MEPS is agnostic to the upstream energy system, but has focused its early development leveraging the use of lithium ion batteries. In this form, MEPS is a hybridization of batteries and ultra-capacitors. The intent of architecting a power system in this manner is to optimize the benefits of the individual technologies while maintaining a small form factor and fulfilling the total system need.