RECENT NEWS3/02/2016:BusekwinsNASACubesatcontractforelectrospraypropulsion:See press release.2/10/2016:SSL announces Busek collaboration on NASA and government programs: See article.2/01/2016:NASA Spinoff features Busek electrospray thruster: See article.2/01/2016:Busek Electric Thrusters Complete In-Space Commissioning aboard LISA Pathfinder.See press release.12/03/2015:Busek Electrospray Thrusters Launch aboard ESA’s LISA Pathfinder. See press release.8/04/2015:Busek’s BIT-3 ion thruster and Lunar IceCube featured by NASA and others: See article by NASA and SpaceRef.7/15/2015:NASA Glenn Research Center recognizes Busek innovation with magnesium propellant: See publication.6/30/2015:Busek is featured in Cutting Edge, NASA Goddard’s Innovation Chronicle: See publication.6/22/2015:SpaceNews features Busek orbital debris-capturing technology, Satellite on an Umbilical LIne (SOUL): See article.6/01/2015:Busek delivers first miniature electrospray thrusters to NASA. See press release.05/04/2015:Busek is featured inAir Force Research Lab’s Launch Stories.11/25/2014:SpaceNews spotlights Busek Co. Inc. concept for orbital debris cleanup: See article.11/24/2014:Busek’s Electric Satellite Thrusters Boost the Bottom Line: See press release.10/29/2014:Busek Co. Inc. delivers propulsion for Air Force small satellite: See press release.10/13/2014:Aviation Week features Busek Co. Inc. for iodine-fueled gridded ion thruster: See article.10/07/2014:Busek demonstrates world’s first iodine-fueled gridded ion thurster: See article in NewSpace Watch.8/25/2014: SpaceNews spotlights Busek Co. Inc.: See article.8/02/2014: Busek Co. Inc. presents at Small Satellite Conference in Logan, UT on 0.5N Green Monopropellant Thruster: See summary.8/10/2013: Busek Co. Inc., Natick MA providing primary payload for FalconSat-6. See press release.4/03/2013:Busek Co. Inc., Natick MA wins a total of six 2012 SBIR Phase I awards, including 3 from the SBIR Select Program. See press release.3/19/2013:Busek Co. Inc., Natick MA exhibits at Satellite 2013 (Washington, DC).3/12/2013: Busek Co. Inc., Natick MA named retired Rear Admiral Garry R. White as Vice Chairman of the Board. Admiral White had a distinguished 33 year naval career which included Rear Admiral, Commanding Officer of a Nuclear Power Aircraft Carrier and a F/A-18 Fighter Squadron. His last assignment was Commander, Strike Force Training Atlantic. 7/30/2012:Local paper recognizes Busek's contribution to DoD's Phoenix Program. See article.6/26/2012:DARPA awarded Busek a Phase 1 contract "HIGH PERFORMANCE CONFIGURABLE PROPULSION SATLETS" for satlet colloid propulsion system for the Phoenix Project. Phoenix is a program to repurpose dead and unused GEO satellites. See press release.6/11/2012:NASA/Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH awarded a 2 year SBIR PHASE II contract "MAGNESIUM HALL THRUSTER FOR SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION". The concept will enable in-situ power for Lunar and Martian exploration. See summary.5/30/2012:Dr. Vlad Hruby, President of Busek Co. Inc., presented a paper "High Delta V Propulsion for CubeSats" at the 1st Interplanetary CubeSat Workshop, 29-30 May 2012, Cambridge, MA. 5/01/2012:NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA awarded Busek a 1 year SBIR Phase 2 Enhancement for "ESPA Based Secondary Payload (PROPACS)". PROPACS stands for Propulsion Power Attitude Control System and is a small satellite that can be launched as a secondary payload from an ESPA ring.4/30/2012:NASA/Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH awarded a 2 year contract to Busek to develop a "20mN VARIABLE SPECIFIC IMPULSE COLLOID THRUSTER". See summary.3/25/2012:Busek Hall Thruster technology saved DoD AEHF communications satellite from fiery death. See press release.8/30/2011:The Air Force and Navy jointly awarded Busek a 2 year contract "HIGH PRIORITY, LARGE ORBITAL DEBRIS REMOVER" to address the growing space debris problem. 8/08/2011:Busek Co. Inc. announced the successful firing of its second Hall Effect Thruster System in space. AFRL and the USAF Academy integrated Busek's HET system on the FalconSat-5 satellite, which launched on Orbital Sciences Minotaur-IV rocket from Kodiak Island in November 2010. See press release.8/01/2011: Busek featured in National Geographic6/15/2007:Busek Micro Thrusters Deployed on Orbit from FalconSat-3. See press release.3/13/2007:Busek Hall Thruster Demonstrates 20kW Dual Mode Operating Capability. See press release.1/04/2007: First US Hall Thruster Operational in Space from TacSat-2. See press release.