Spacecraft Manifolds & Propulsion Subsystems
Subsystems supplied by Moog connect critical parts of a propulsion system. Subsystems support chemical, electric and cold gas propulsion systems.
Chemical Propulsion Subsystems
Moog provides many chemical propulsion system components that can be integrated into subsystems. Common names include: Pressurant Control Assembly, Helium Manifold, Gas Control Manifold, Propellant Isolation Assembly, Fuel Oxidizer Manifold, or Propellant Control Manifold depending on the customer.
Missions: A2100, AEHF, SBIRS, GPS III, GOES-R/S
Electric Propulsion Subsystems
Moog provides many electric propulsion system components that can be integrated into subsystems as to control propellant flow to the thrusters, overall feed system control and regulation, or a combination of both often called: Common names include: Propellant Management Assembly (PMA), Xenon Flow Controller (XFC), Proportional Xenon Feed System (PXFS), Xenon Control Assembly (XCA), Flow Control Unit (FCU), and Proportional Xenon Flow Assembly (PXFA) depending on the customer.
Missions: AEHF, Deep Space-1, DAWN, Plegpay, GOCE, BepiColombo, SmallGEO (SGEO), LS1300, 702 XIPS, TacSat-2
Cold Gas Propulsion Subsystems
Moog provides many cold gas propulsion system components that can be integrated into subsystems or complete propulsion systems.
Missions: Rosetta Active Descent System (ADS), Cryosat-1/-2 feed system, Gravity Probe B Gas Management Assembly (GMA), SWARM, STRV-1d