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Moog offers components to complete propulsion system solutions to meet customers’ specific needs. From propellant tanks to valves, thrusters, thrust vector control and beyond, Moog delivers flight proven propulsion hardware for every stage of a mission. 

Space Propulsion Solutions

Spacecraft Propulsion Systems

Complete propulsion systems for spacecraft are used to accelerate the spacecraft for orbit-insertion, station-keeping, or attitude control.

Spacecraft Propulsion Components

Reliable components and subsystems for chemical, electric and cold gas propulsion systems, designed for small to large satellites.

Launch Vehicle Components

Components and subsystems for launch vehicles regulate propulsion and pressurants for SRBs, main engine and upper stage engines.

Xenon Thrusters

Moog cold gas thruster valves are direct-acting, solenoid actuated devices with a nylon poppet which is integrated in the armature/poppet assembly. In the de-energized closed position, the armature/poppet assembly is held against the seat by a conical spiral spring.

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Space Enterprise Disruptors

Moog is focused on working with the newly-established US Space Force and the National Reconnaissance Office, according to Rob Atkins, Moog National Security Space Manager, who added, “We have a long history of supporting launch vehicles and defence systems in space.” A former US Air Force Lt-Col, Atkins pointed out the most promising approach to a responsive launch is to create a Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) and have that effectively sit aside in the factory waiting for callup. “Using a propulsive ESPA [Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Secondary Payload Adapters] like Moog’s Orbital Maneuvering Vehicle (OMV) is the best approach to responsive and flexible operations,” he told MilTech.

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