Voyager Space has completed the acquisition of a majority stake in San Diego-based Space Micro. Voyager will provide strategic operations support to help advance Space Micro’s technology throughput to civil, commercial, and defense customers. Space Micro is an innovative, engineering-driven business focused on advancing high-performance satellite communications, digital, and electro-optic systems with 2.8 million hours of space flight heritage. […]
Nanoracks and Voyager Space Announce Founding Leadership Team for George Washington Carver Science Park Onboard Starlab
Voyager Space and Nanoracks announced that The Universities Space Research Association, ZIN Technologies, The Ohio State University, and the International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation have been selected as the founding leadership team of the George Washington Carver (GWC) Science Park on the Starlab commercial space station. The GWC Science Park, established by […]
Exclusive coverage of the first commercial multifunctional LEO Space Station Nanoracks spent the last decade mastering the commercial operation of space stations, meeting customer demand, charting market growth, and self-investing in private hardware on the ISS. Based on this experience, we are excited to introduce Starlab, a continuously crewed commercial platform supporting a business designed […]
Humanity is getting three more space stations this decade, and on Thursday, NASA signed just as many mammoth deals with the companies that will build them.
Voyager Space intends to acquire a majority stake in satellite technology firm Space Micro, the company announced Monday. As part of the agreement, Voyager will provide strategic operations support to advance Space Micro’s technology throughput to civil, commercial, and defense customers.
Billionaire-funded rocket launches, civilian astronauts, commercial satellites. “What’s next?” you ask. How about… private space stations.
Lockheed Martin, Nanoracks and Voyager Space are collaborating on the development of a commercial space station – Starlab – which would be continuously crewed and support in-space research and commercial activity.