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Profile: Captain Olegario Reynoso “Trains” with AGI

Capt. Ollie Reynoso has spent the last year at AGI as part of the Army's Training with Industry (TWI) program

Captain Olegario “Ollie” Reynoso joined AGI in summer 2013 as part of our participation in the Army’s Training with Industry (TWI) program. He is the third “graduate” of the program. The TWI was created in the 1970s as an “exchange … Continue reading

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AGI awarded patent for new launch COLA method

AGI awarded patent for new launch COLA method

My latest patent, Patent No. US 8718920 B2, for a system and method for determining Earth-fixed trajectory launching from within a specified area, was granted by the director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office on May 6, 2014. The novel … Continue reading

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See you at Space Symposium!

See you at Space Symposium!

We’re less than a week away from the beginning of the 30th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, and we have a lot to share with the community! It’s our 25th anniversary in business, and while we always look forward to … Continue reading

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Space Day 2014

AGI's seasoned launch team including (from left) Guy Smith, Alex Wood, Paul Black and Ollie Reynoso help launch rockets the students built in their classroom prior to the visit.

Happy Space Day! Space Day is an educational event held the first Friday in May with the goal of promoting interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) by nurturing young peoples’ enthusiasm for space. Space Day was created by … Continue reading

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STK Radar evolution: Search/Track mode

Figure 3: Radar antenna gain pattern

System Tool Kit’s (STK)’s Radar module development started in 1997 with a need to assess radar system performance under highly dynamic scenarios for air, space and surface-based objects. The dynamics of a scenario dictate the changing geometries (such as positions, … Continue reading

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