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About Us

ARCA is a US corporation that develops state of the art aerospace technologies. We are currently developing the Haas 2CA Single Stage to Orbit rocket and the ArcaBoard, the world's first flying board commercially available. What defines us the most is that we are bringing to the market technologies never thought possible, while keeping the costs affordable.

In the past 19 years we've built and launched a series of aerospace vehicles that defined ARCA as one of the most innovative companies involved in the development of private space flight.

2004 - During the 10 million $ Ansari X Prize Competition, ARCA successfully launched its first rocket, Demonstrator 2B.

 

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2006 - ARCA built the world's largest solar balloon that lifted into the stratosphere the crew capsule of Stabilo, a manned suborbital vehicle created after the end of Ansari X Prize Competition.

 

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2007 - The Stabilo program continued, this time with an even larger solar balloon lifting the complete Stabilo vehicle into the stratosphere.

 

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2008 - ARCA joined the $30 million Google Lunar X Prize Competition and in 2013 the team withdrew from the Competition, our main activity focusing on the development of commercially available products.

2010 - Helen rocket was launched at 120,000 ft, the event representing the first powered flight in the Google Lunar X Prize Competition. The rocket was transported into the stratosphere with the help of an ARCA built helium balloon.

 

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2012 - Haas rocket series was introduced, consisting of the sub-orbital Haas 2B and orbital Haas 2C rocket launchers. The development of these launchers is currently our main activity.

 

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2013 - The European Space Agency (ESA) awarded ARCA with a contract to test the parachutes system for the ExoMars spacecraft that will be launched to Mars in 2016. ARCA developed the hardware and performed the flight tests for the High Altitude Drop Test.

 

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2014 - Air Strato large drone performed the first flight at the beginning of this year and it is ARCA’s first product to become commercially available.

2014 - ARCA center of operations have moved from the European Union to the United States. ARCA Space Corporation, with the headquarters in Las Cruces, New Mexico, was established.

 

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2015 - Our company created the ArcaBoard, the world's first real hoverboard commercialy available.

 

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2017 - ARCA introduced the Haas 2CA, a version of Haas 2C, equipped with an aerospike rocket engine. The rocket is intended for small satellites market, estimated at $5.3 billions in the next decade.

 

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Technology

HAAS 2CA
DEMONSTRATOR 3
HAAS 2B
ARCABOARD


Programs

IAR-111 EXCELSIOR
HELEN
STABILO
DEMONSTRATOR 2B
EXOMARS

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ARCABOARD WARRANTY

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