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A new dream for 2011. APEXSET's beginnings.

Posted 06-07-2009 at 04:01 AM by Jupiter
Updated 04-05-2011 at 10:10 PM by Jupiter (Company renamed, new social/technological targets to pursue)

Established in December 2008, APEXSET was originally named Aerospace Payloads International Corporation (APIC), until the new name change on January 1, 2011, along with the companies primary objectives.

APEXSET, an international engineering firm based in Australia, originally was a contractor for aerospace projects, until 2011, when APEXSET switched to innovation by funding aerospace research and development, including joint endeavours between agencies/businesses and pioneering new long-term aviation and space technologies centered around social aspects so that APEXSET can benefit from a public position in leading aerospace engineering.

However, APEXSET remains an on-need engineering contractor when demanded by a domestic/foreign business or government, known for its attention to quality control, technology and engineering advancement.
APEXSET's pride is pre-eminence in every choice area of aerospace engineering, for maximum leadership and experience: communications, planetary exploration, manned spaceflight, earth observations and onward, plus our legacy in taking part in multiple projects.

APEXSET started out as a dream - now, it makes contact with others, to make them a reality.

Contact APEXSET to find out just how much it matters
to your aerospace dreams.
One way to do this is to email us at [email protected] or mail a private message on the Orbiter-Forum Website.

We apologize for an error in APEXSET's email address, which was incorrectly stated, and to all those who did not receive any service in contacting it, as well as for all inconvience associated.
APEXSET's official address is [email protected], not [email protected] as originally stated, which was not the address we pursued, and so is invalid.
Again, we apologize for any inconvience or incidence involved with the flawed address.
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    Have you done any lunar comm satellites?
    Posted 08-12-2009 at 04:40 PM by dougkeenan dougkeenan is offline

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