The KSF Space Foundation has announced that a new space rocket under developing right now in collaboration with Kansas University in the USA, the space rocket named after the planet “Jupiter” and will be the most affordable rocket for sub-orbital testing to all small satellites companies in the history of space industry.
Dr Kayyalli Mohamed, the president of the KSF Space Foundation in the USA mentioned that” The rocket Jupiter 1, will be the 1st sub-orbital rocket designed for small satellites testing, this will help companies to test their satellites with very affordable budget comparing with other space vehicles out there”
The rocket “Jupiter 1” will be 2 stages rocket, designed and fabricated with KSF Space team and Kansas University aerospace department, and should be ready to flight test next September 2022 from Utah, USA.
The KSF Space also has signed agreement with NASA as featured on Time Business News to build a rover and send it to moon in 2024 as part of NASA initiative to lunar mission under Masten Aerospace contract. KSF Space welcomes universities from worldwide to participate in this project as part of KSF Space funding strategy.
KSF Space also is the leading in small satellite education out reach through their 1st professional engineering certification and their cheapest small satellite education kit.
KSF Space Foundation was initially founded to enable cost-efficient access to LEO with zero-environmental impact flying solutions. The foundation offers access to near-space and LEO for research and scientific experiments in many fields, as Earth or Space Observation, biological testing, satellite positioning detection, earth magnetic field measurement, radio transmit, atmosphere science and technology experiment.