Vector Launch announces that Ursa Major, a manufacturer of advanced rocket engines, completed acceptance testing of three Hadley 1st Stage engines for Vector Launch’s upcoming National Security Mission. Vector is a responsive launch vehicle solution provider whose mission is to help solve complex national security challenges facing the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Defense and other government agencies.
The acceptance testing was conducted at Ursa Major’s state-of-the-art facility in Colorado, where engines are rigorously tested to ensure they meet the highest standards of safety, reliability, and performance.
“Ursa Major is committed to delivering the highest quality propulsion systems, and acceptance testing is one of the ways we maintain a high standard” said Brad Appel, CTO of Ursa Major. “We’re excited to see our engines fly as part of this important upcoming mission.”
“The engines developed by Ursa Major are designed to be highly efficient and reliable, with advanced features that make them ideal for use in applications that require the utmost in performance and safety,” said Vector Launch CTO Jeff Lane. “They have a proven track record of developing innovative and reliable propulsion systems, and this latest achievement proves their commitment to excellence and dedication to meeting the needs of their customers.”
“The upcoming Vector Launch national security mission will rely on Ursa Major’s engines, and the company is confident they will perform within mission specifications. The successful completion of acceptance testing is a major milestone for Vector, and we look forward to conducting a successful launch for our customer,” said Robert Spalding, Vector Launch CEO.
Vector Launch’s primary mission is to solve complex national security challenges facing the intelligence community, US Department of Defense and other government agencies.