Here are some of our current projects.
SpaceX Dragon ISS Resupply
Odyssey is part of the Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) team selected by NASA to conduct cargo delivery services to the ISS as part of the Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) contract. Odyssey’s role includes: support of the Dragon vehicle GN&C development; selected simulation development and related analyses; systems engineering and operations support; ISS integration and certification.
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Orbital ATK Cygnus ISS Resupply
Odyssey is part of the Orbital ATK Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) team selected by NASA to conduct cargo delivery services to the ISS as part of the Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) contract.
For more information, visit: Orbital ATK Cygnus
Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV)
Odyssey is part of the Lockheed Martin team supporting NASA’s Orion project. The Odyssey role includes support of the vehicle guidance, navigation and control (GN&C), simulation and flight software development, and related analysis for the EFT-1 mission and the upcoming EM-1 demonstration mission.
Odyssey also supports the Kedalion Lab located at the Johnson Space Center. Through Kedalion, Odyssey provides support to the Houston Orion Test Hardware (HOTH) lab for hardware and software in the loop simulations, the Integrated Test Lab (ITL) for hardware in the loop simulations with an Orion mockup, and Operation and Controls (O&C) to prepare the Orion flight vehicle for launch.
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Visiting Vehicle Integration with ISS
Odyssey is part of the NASA team that performs International Space Station (ISS) Requirements development and integration of free flying vehicles that operate in proximity of the ISS. Past and present vehicles supported include the European Space Agency ATV, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency HTV, the SpaceX Dragon, and the Orbital ATK Cygnus.
For more information, visit: International Space Station
ISS Flight Controllers
Odyssey is part of the Stinger-Ghaffarian Technologies team supporting NASA’s Flight Operations Directorate at the Johnson Space Center. Odyssey Flight Controllers support “Plan, Train, Fly” operations for the ISS, Visiting Vehicles to ISS, and CST-100. Odyssey personnel currently support the following flight control disciplines:
- ADCO – Attitude Determination & Control Officer
- VVO – Visiting Vehicle Officer
- RNDZ – Rendezvous, Guidance, & Procedures Officer
- Prop/Booster – Propulsion & Booster Systems
- Pointing – Pointing Officer
- FDO – Flight Dynamics Officer (CST-100)
For more information, visit: NASA JSC Flight Operations