March 2010 – A 2U CubeSat, SOCEM, was launched on a sub-orbital flight from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The payload tested systems for future orbital missions and reached a max altitude of approximately 168 miles.
April 2010 – Platform 1 and 2 CubeLab® Modules, built by Kentucky Space, were launched aboard Space Shuttle Discovery for delivery to the ISS.
May 2010 – Platform 2 and 2 additional CubeLab® Modules were launched aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis for delivery to the ISS.
May 2010 – First successful return of a CubeLab® module aboard STS-132.
July-August 2010 – Research Platforms 1 and 2 were installed and powered up aboard the ISS.
January 2011 – Three educational research modules were launched aboard the Japanese HTV vehicle and later installed on the ISS. Two of the modules were returned to Earth in March 2011 in a Russian Soyuz capsule.
February 2011 – Agreement signed with Houston based Synthecon Inc. for collaboration on increased placement of 3D Rotary Cell Culture Systems.
February 2011 – KySat-1 along with two University CubeSats successfully integrated onto a NASA Launch Vehicle (launched in March 2011, but a launch vehicle anomaly prevented orbit).
March 2011 – Kentucky Space (KS) entered into a Space Act Agreement (SAA) with NASA, which allows KS the ability to integrate payloads onto launch vehicles which supply to the ISS as well as provide access to research facilities already aboard.
April 2011 – Under the SAA, Kentucky Space delivered used ISS HEPA filters for genomic research to the J. Craig Venter Institute.
May - July 2011 – First Exomedicine payloads were conducted on STS-134 and STS-135 which researched the effect of the microgravity/space environment on Glioblastoma cancer cells.
August 2011 – the Morehead Rome Femtosatellite Orbital Deployer launched from Russia aboard GAUSS University of Rome microsatellite EduSat 5.