Deep Sky One is a space research lab and development stage spaceport focused on building commercial applications and communication hub for space industry. The company will develop a space business center for academic and commercial institutions to gather and collaborate on new space related projects. www.deepskyone.com
CubeSat's are miniature satellites that have been used exclusively in low Earth orbit. CubeSats typically involve experiments that can be miniaturized or serve purposes such as Earth observation or amateur radio.
DeepSkyOne can assist your project in producing customized CubeSat satellites with IBM Red Hat Microshift technology for Edge Computing.
Located in Western Oklahoma, Deep Sky One is located at one of only 12 spaceports in the nation.
This Spaceport qualifies as a Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) launch site for commercial polar orbits and was an alternate landing site for the US Space Shuttle program.
In June 2006, the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation awarded the facility a Launch Site License establishing one of the first commercial spaceports and first inland state in the U.S. positioning Oklahoma near the top nationally to attract long-term, high-tech jobs.
Deep Sky One is located in the Infinity One Spaceflight Corridor – the first FAA approved corridor in the U.S. National Airspace System (NAS) currently for flight operations not within restricted airspace or Military Operating Areas (MOAs). Their corridor is 152-mile-long and 50-mile-wide, and is the controlling agency for all scheduling and flight operations.