Beyond Blue Aerospace was established in January 2010 as a Federal (Canadian) Corporation to provide aviation and spaceflight products.
The first full decade of commercial spaceflight is underway and our initial focus is in support of suborbital flight. Increased suborbital spaceflights will allow private and government-sponsored researchers more access to space at lower costs for conducting research in areas such as solar physics, life sciences, microgravity physics, and atmospheric science.
We are developing a hybrid propulsion system to allow our suborbital vehicle, the Blue Arrow, to take off on a runway and travel to an altitude just above the Karman line and return the crew safely back for a landing on the runway. We are gaining design and test experience with our small unmanned test vehicle the Blue Dart while our pilots continue to gain experience flying multi-engine aircraft along with g-force and unusual attitude training through aerobatic flights.
What we do?
Who we are?
This is our dedicated team who are working together to develop a spaceplane for safe and reliable suborbital spaceflight applications.
April 12, 2019 – Yuri’s Night – This annual event is a global celebration of humanity’s past, present, and future in space. Details for our 2019 event TBD.
The 2nd Edition of The Suborbital Pilot’s Ground School Manual is available at our online shop, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.
On Thursday March 17th 2016, pilots Christopher Glos and David LeFrancois participated in a University of Texas Medical Branch led Commercial Spaceflight Passenger…
Used the Dremel tool to trim the edges around the NACA scoop and landing gear bulkheads then continued sanding.
Now that the bottom of the fuselage has cured, I removed the peel ply from the sides and from around the landing…
We bring a personal and effective approach to every project we work on.