The Emerging World of Hypersonic Weapons Technology
MILITARY & AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS
The Hadley liquid rocket engine was developed by Ursa Major and will be used on the X-60A. The X-60A will provide flight research allowing affordable, routine and flexible access to hypersonic flight conditions.
AFRESEARCHLAB - YOUTUBE
The X-60A is an air-dropped liquid rocket specifically designed for hypersonic flight research. It is the first Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program to receive an experimental "X" designation.
Generation Orbit’s GOLauncher1 is Officially the Air Force’s X-60A Hypersonic Flight Research Vehicle
The vehicle propulsion system is the 5,000 pound-force (lbf) sea level thrust Hadley liquid rocket engine, produced by Colorado-based Ursa Major Technologies.
X-60A Program Conducts Integrated Vehicle Propulsion System Verification Test
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
The Air Force Research Laboratory’s X-60A program recently achieved a key developmental milestone with the completion of integrated vehicle propulsion system verification ground testing.
Hypersonic Dreams - Fire and Noise (X-60A)
GENERATION ORBIT - YOUTUBE
Hypersonics is the next great frontier of atmospheric flight, and Generation Orbit’s experienced team of engineers and developers is helping the U.S. close the technology gap in this critical flight regime.
SpaceX’s Raptor Isn’t The Only New Propulsion System Out There…
Ursa Major Technologies is making the stars more accessible.
Ursa Major Technologies Wants Outsourcing Engines To Be The Norm
Some $8 million later, investors are taking Joe Laurienti and his rocket engine startup, Ursa Major Technologies, a little more seriously.
Air Force Awards $5.25M in SBIR Contracts During Inaugural Hypersonics Pitch Day
Ursa Major Technologies was among the seven businesses who won SBIR Phase II funding.
X-60A Hypersonic Research Rocket Completes Critical Design Review
The X-60A’s propulsion system is a Hadley liquid rocket engine, made by Ursa Major Technologies, which uses liquid oxygen and kerosene propellants.
California Has Silicon Valley. Could Colorado Become Home to “Aerospace Alley?”
THE DENVER POST
Laurienti’s story about his company, Lafayette-based Ursa Major Technologies, might one day be part of industry lore if Colorado becomes known as “Aerospace Alley.”
Ursa Major Aims to Disrupt Launcher Vertical Integration Trend
Colorado startup Ursa Major Technologies is building a line of rocket engines that it hopes smallsat launch companies will choose over building their own engines in-house.