The TAI team is thrilled to see the Boeing Starliner will finally be making it's first flight 7 weeks from today!
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TAI's News Page provides updates on important aerospace, commercial, and research programs using our thermal strap products, and covers other helpful topics including: how to draft strap specifications and SOW's, helping you through the strap design and ordering processes, and notices regarding our new thermal strap catalogs, products and offerings. Come back for more updates on successful customer programs, and news & pictures from TAI and our customers.
I just wanted to share this pic of the next set of FM GFTS®/TEC hybrid thermal straps out for NASA's IXPE Mission:
TAI is proud to announce the release of our 2019 GFTS® Catalog:
SpaceX Launches the GPS III SV01 Satellite on December 23, 2018.
TAI Delivers GFTS & CuTS to MIT Lincoln Lab for Thermal Strap Evaluation Program; CuFS and X-Series Straps Headed Out Next...
...It sure has been busy at TAI this year--and only getting busier as we approach 2019. In another first, MIT Lincoln Laboratory procured sets of our standard P5-506 and G5-502 Copper and Graphite Fiber Thermal Straps (CuTS® & GFTS®), for an evaluation program to determine the best strap types for future spaceflight programs.
TAI Releases the World's First Graphite Thermal Strap (GFTS®) Catalog! Get your 2018 GFTS® Catalog Today!
For the first time in our history, TAI now offers a Graphite Fiber Thermal Strap (GFTS®) Standard Product Line, and we've just released our 2018 GFTS® Catalog. This is the world's only graphite/carbon-based thermal strap standard line, and the only flexible, carbon-based thermal strap product with spaceflight heritage.
At 7:05 am EST (12:05 GMT) on December 5th, NASA successfully launched its new Orion spacecraft on a mission that it hopes will “foreshadow the first human expedition to Mars.”
Orion was launched in Cape Canaveral, Florida, carried into the skies on the Delta IV heavy rocket.