Spaceport Camden Partners with NASA Innovation Competition

Steve Howard to serve as Judge for the SPACE RACE Challenge WOODBINE, GEORGIA – April 25, 2016 – Spaceport Camden has partnered with Startup NASA’s SPACE RACE in order to launch the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs. Spaceport Camden Project Leader, Steve Howard, will serve as a judge in the SPACE RACE competition where…

Majority of County Candidates Support Spaceport Camden

The vast majority of candidates running for publicly elected office in Camden County agree that jobs should be a top priority for the community. On Tuesday, those candidates voiced their belief that Spaceport Camden will bring high-paying STEM jobs and catalyze the coastal economy. We are grateful to have the support of the current county…

SpaceX Lands Falcon 9 on Drone Barge

We’d like to offer our congratulations to SpaceX on their momentous first rocket landing on a floating drone ship last Friday. They are the first organization to ever successfully land a rocket on a floating barge. They have previously been successful at landing their Falcon 9 rocket on land last December and Blue Origin has…

Spaceport Camden Expects Minimal Impact to Residents

There has been a lot of misinformation out there that involves incorrect launch trajectories and conclusions based on it. As of now, based on our initial expectations, the impact for local residents will be minimal and confined to the northern reaches of the island. Perhaps for a few hours (at the most), there will be…

Georgia Senate Establishes Study Committee for Spaceport Camden

WOODBINE, GEORGIA – March 29, 2016 – The Georgia Senate passed a resolution (SR1159) to establish a study committee to examine further the benefits of Spaceport Camden to the state. The committee will be comprised of four members of the Senate, appointed by the President of the Senate. Five nonlegislative members, including two Camden County…

Georgia’s SpaceWorks Releases 2016 Nano/Microsatellite Market Assessment

ATLANTA, March 29, 2016 – SpaceWorks Enterprises, Inc. (SEI) announced today the annual update to its nanosatellite and microsatellite market assessment. The assessment details the latest observations and trends of the nano/microsatellite market.    Projections indicate more than 400 nano/microsatellites will need launches annually in the year 2022 and beyond. The study summary is available in presentation form…

The Latest from Spaceport Camden!

There is tremendous interest and support for the Georgia Space Flight Act. The room was filled to capacity last week at the Georgia Capitol, with supporters lining up to testify before the Georgia Senate Science and Technology Committee members. Supporters included residents of Camden County, professors, students and industry leaders. Many of them drove more…