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Our Legacy

Moog has designed and manufactured components and systems for satellites and launch vehicles for more than 60 years. Moog continues to make significant investment in propulsion facilities, metal additive manufacturing, avionics, and innovative in-space delivery systems

Featured Missions

Artemis 2022 Mission - Return to the Moon

With Artemis missions, NASA will land the first woman and first person of color on the Moon, using innovative technologies to explore more of the lunar surface than ever before. Follow along with this series to explore the Artemis program, revisit Moog's history on the moon, and discover new technologies that are enabling the next generation of space travel.

Mars Perseverance 2020 Mission

The Mars Perseverance rover mission is part of NASA's Mars Exploration Program, a long-term effort of robotic exploration of the Red Planet. Watch our video series on Moog's involvement in every phase of this exciting mission.

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Featured Stories

Countdown To Launch: Lockheed Martin Shares Latest Progress On UK Pathfinder Project

Harwell, Oxford, UK. July 18, 2022 – Lockheed Martin UK has been all systems go since Shetland Islands Council approved SaxaVord’s application to build the spaceport that will allow the company to deliver the UK’s first ever vertical space launch. Work has started in Shetland with the land currently being excavated as the team starts to prepare the land for where the launch pads and integration buildings will reside.

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Satellite Evolution Global: Moog Propulsion Revolutionizing The Way To Space

For decades, governments and industry leaders around the world have been looking for propellants that are safer and more environmentally friendly. Europe has been at the forefront of green propulsion primarily due to REACH legislation that may eventually ban hydrazine, and as the numbers of launches and space activity hit record levels, there is a renewed focus and attention on green propulsion and less toxic propellants. Moog continues its strategy of strong investment in less toxic or “green” propulsion research and development, led by our materials expertise, our history of being on the cutting edge of in-space propulsion, and our ongoing investment in state-of-the-art assembly and test facilities.

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