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Aerospace and Defense

Company Overview of XCOR Aerospace, Inc.

Company Overview

XCOR Aerospace, Inc. researches, develops, and produces reusable suborbital and orbital launch vehicles, rocket engines, and propulsion systems for aerospace prime contractors and government customers in the United States. The company offers reusable suborbital spacecraft, liquid fueled rocket engines, rocket propellant piston pumps, cryo-compatible composite solution for lightweight and fuselage-integral oxidizer tanks, and custom and modified valves, as well as EZ-Rocket and X-Racer, manned rocket powered flight vehicles. XCOR Aerospace, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Mojave, California.

1314 Flight Line

Mojave, CA 93502

United States

Founded in 1999

Phone:

661-824-4714

Fax:

661-824-0866

Key Executives for XCOR Aerospace, Inc.

Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President and Principal
Co-Founder, Chief Technician and Office Manager
Co-Founder, Chief Engineer, Vice President and Director
Co-Founder and Chief Test Engineer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

XCOR Aerospace, Inc. Key Developments

XCOR Aerospace Presents New Platforms for Suborbital Science at AGU

XCOR Aerospace® presents new instruments for solar observation and atmospheric phenomena measurement, alongside its full scale Lynx® spacecraft, December 15- 19 at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco. Both instruments the Southwest Research Institute's (SwRI) Solar Instrument Pointing Platform (SSIPP) and KickSat's sprite, will demonstrate future platforms for commercial suborbital science.

XCOR Aerospace Completes Latest Test Series for the Liquid Hydrogen Engine it is Developing for United Launch Alliance

XCOR Aerospace announced that it has completed the latest test series for the liquid hydrogen engine it is developing for United Launch Alliance (ULA). This is an important milestone in the long-running LH2 (liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen) program. It is also a step toward running the engine in a fully closed cycle mode. In its most recent milestone, XCOR successfully performed hot fire testing of the XR-5H25 engine’s regeneratively cooled thrust chamber, with both liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen propellants supplied in pump-fed mode, using XCOR's proprietary piston pump technology. Upcoming test series will fully integrate the nozzle with the engine and piston pumps. Fully closed cycle testing will follow soon afterwards and will complete the sub-scale demonstration engine program. The XR-5H25 engines are being developed under contract to ULA as potential successors to the Delta and Atlas series upper stage engines currently used. These engines will also help power orbital launches.

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Recent Private Companies Transactions

Type
Date
Target
Merger/Acquisition
June 30, 2014
XCOR Space Expeditions
Private Placement
May 27, 2014
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