The Last Word: John Quinn of EXOS Aerospace on Competing with SpaceX and Blue Origin

by | Sep 14, 2023
Quinn's Greenville-based company, EXOS Aerospace, is one of three that are currently licensed by the FAA to fly resusable rockets, the CEO told KXAS. The other two? They're just a little bigger: Elon Musk's SpaceX and Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin. 
Follow the Money: Web3 Infrastructure Startup Raises $66M, Dallas SPAC Set to Take Bus Services Firm Public, Fort Worth VC Raises $4M for Third Fund, and More
by | Jun 3, 2022
Plus, stealthy Dallas startup LibLab raises $42M; Fort Worth biotech Sanara raises $15M; UPS Acquires Plano-based Delivery Solutions; Four Seasons in Las Colinas finds new owners; and more North Texas deals.
Kubos Major Tom, Mission Control
Denton-Based Kubos Corp. Launches Software into Space for the First Time
by | Nov 20, 2018
The takeoff of Kubos' mission control software—dubbed "Major Tom"—will mark its first journey to outer space. Major Tom was scheduled to be on the postponed SpaceX launch, originally slated for Nov. 19. Rescheduled for Nov. 28 but also delayed, the next available launch window is Dec. 1, according to the company.
Hyperloop in Texas?
Dallas-led AECOM Group is Making the Case
by | Apr 5, 2017
The Hyperloop Texas team is one of 35 semifinalists proposing routes for the high-speed transportation system in a Hyperloop One contest.