We are pleased to announce that Exodus Orbitals has been selected to join Moonshot business incubator alongside other innovative new space companies around the world. We are proud that Exodus Orbitals is one of the two Canadian companies selected to participate in this 12-week program.
We are building the “next cool thing” in space, a “Satellite-As-A-Service” platform that will allow hands-on participation in space exploration to millions of software developers worldwide. In this manner, thousands of new and exciting satellite applications can be created with minimal efforts and cost required.
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We are building something amazing. Something that everyone who cares about space exploration will love. Something that will open untold opportunities for everyone on our planet, rich and poor alike.
We have presented our vision to many space exploration enthusiasts, software developers and aerospace engineers. They all agreed that our idea is a real breakthrough one and has solid technical foundation.
We are making good progress in our technology development and expect to start mission operations on a real satellite soon. Our finances are tight, but we’ll survive into the next year.
In other words, a typical start-up story. So far, so good. But there is one ingredient that we need some help with from our network.
Exposure. We are looking to increase our visibility among the peers. We have a great vision and good traction, but we want more people to learn about us. If there any tech journalists or social media influencers reading this, we would appreciate very much giving us an opportunity to share our story to the wider audience.
We are pleased to announce that ESA mission that we are participating in (OPS-SAT), has produced the first images from space. Congrats to ESA Flight Control Team and everyone else who is involved in this mission!
Talk synopsis: – Current challenges of spaceflight – “Satellite-as-a-Service” advatanges – Basic celestial mechanics – Common satellite instruments – “Space Apps”: core concepts and examples – Current state of the “Satellite-as-a-service” tech – The team behind the vision – Final words
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