Ursa Major is developing high performing, 3D-printed rocket engines at a fraction of the cost of traditional engines.
Ursa Major is changing the landscape of modern spaceflight by enabling launch providers to purchase reliable, high-performing rocket engines on demand.
A lacking supply chain has forced modern launch providers to vertically integrate complex systems which has caused bloated team sizes and unnecessary operating expenses. By using 3D-printing technology, Ursa can create high-performing, cost-competitive, and off-the-shelf rocket engines for both small and large launch vehicles.
Ursa Major has completed development of its “Hadley” engine which provides 5,000 lbs of thrust, and has begun working on its second-generation “Ripley” engine which provides 35,000 lbs of thrust.
Large market potential: The global launch industry is expected to be worth over $5.5B in 2017, driven by the growing number of small satellite constellations
Significant customer traction with first customer engine delivered
Experienced management team consisting of former SpaceX and Blue Origin engineers