Space Heritage
 

Sinclair Interplanetary has designed and built flight hardware for the following missions:

  • Latinsat-1&2 (Launch December 2002)
  • AMSAT-OSCAR 51 (Launch June 2004)
  • APRIZESAT-1 (Launch June 2004)
  • Confidential commercial satellite (Launch July 2006)
  • FalconSat-3 (Launch March 2007)
  • Confidential commercial satellite (Launch June 2007)
  • CanX-2 (Launch April 2008)
  • AISSat-1 (Launch July 2010)
  • FalconSat-5 (Launch November 2010)
  • X-Sat (Launch April 2011)
  • SDS-4 (Launch May 2012)
  • Aeneas (Launch September 2012)
  • ORBCOMM Generation 2 Satellite 1 (Launch October 2012, reentered shortly after)
  • UniBRITE (Launch February 2013)
  • BRITE-Austria (Launch February 2013)
  • ORS Tech-1&2 (Launch November 2013)
  • BRITE-PL1 (Launch November 2013)
  • SkySat-1 (Launch November 2013)
  • NPS-SCAT (Launch November 2013)
  • BRITE-Toronto (Launch June 2014)
  • BRITE-Montreal (Launch June 2014, failed to separate from upper stage)
  • Perseus M-1 and M-2 (Launch June 2014)
  • BugSat-1 (Launch June 2014)
  • CanX-4&5 (Launch June 2014)
  • AISSat-2 (Launch July 2014)
  • SkySat-2 (Launch July 2014)
  • DX-1 (Launch July 2014)
  • ORBCOMM Generation 2 Satellites 3, 4, 6, 7, 9 and 11 (Launch July 2014)
  • BRITE-PL2 (Launch August 2014)
  • RACE (Launch October 2014, destroyed after launcher first stage failed)
  • ExoCube (Launch January 2015)
  • EV9 (Launch September 2015)
  • HiakaSat (Launch November 2015, destroyed after launcher failed)
  • ORBCOMM Generation 2 Satellites 2, 5, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 (Launch December 2015)
  • AggieSat-4 and Bevo-2 (Released from ISS January 2016)
  • SkySat-C1 (Launch June 2016)
  • M3MSAT (Launch June 2016)
  • CLAIRE, aka GHGSAT-D (Launch June 2016)
  • SkySat-3, -4, -5 and -6 (Launch September 2016)
  • BlackSky Pathfinder-1 (Launch September 2016)
  • Altair Pathfinder (Launch May 2017)
  • NORSAT-1 and -2 (Launch July 2017)
  • MKA-N 1 and 2 (Launch July 2017)
  • Landmapper-BC 1 and 2 (Launch July 2017)

Doug Sinclair (when not representing Sinclair Interplanetary) has also designed and built flight hardware for these missions:

  • FEDSAT-1 (Launch December 2002)
  • CHIPSAT (Launch January 2003)
  • MOST (Launch June 2003)