What's Happening at DSSP

Our latest work, developments and updates

Multi-Pulse Motor Technology Featured in NASA Tech Briefs

  • April 13, 2016

The solid rocket motor can be electrically pulsed a number of times to produce a required thrust or impulse bit. Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama The multi-pulse motor is a solid-propellant rocket motor that is able to produce a number of pulses for various thrust levels (5 to 30 pulses and thrusts between 0.25 and...

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Breaking News for eSquibs

  • July 31, 2015

As of July 31st, 2015, eSquibs are no longer ITAR controlled. This means DSSP can now ship eSquibs anywhere in the world!* For those of you interested in eSquib technology, but living outside the United States, worry no more. Please contact DSSP for a quote and get started on placing eSquibs in your play, film,...

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Missouri S&T Student Teams with DSSP and NASA

  • July 6, 2015

Missouri University of Science and Technology aerospace engineering doctoral student Matt Glascock has received the NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship through NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate. Read Full Article

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Small Business Week Reviews DSSP

  • May 11, 2015

As I visit business in the area on a regular basis, it always surprises me to see the capabilities that these companies have developed in-house. DSSP is the perfect example of that, from the sophisticated machinery in their shop to the talented individuals and teams that are creating new products and solutions, it was apparent that there was a lot going on and that the people were excited and proud of their work.

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DSSP Increases Satellite Fuel Efficiency

  • May 5, 2015

Digital Solid State Propulsion Inc. (DSSP) has been selected for a new contract with NASA, its fifth with the national space agency and the only NASA Phase I awarded in the state of Nevada in 2015.

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