Taking Pre-Orders For Our NOVA Mission Now!

You can now pre-order orbit time on our future satellites directly, starting with NOVA cubesat to be launched by the end 2021.

You will get control panel web-accessible UI, where you can control the satellite directly or upload the command scripts to its onboard computer.

You only need to pay 20% of the orbit access cost at the time of the purchase, with remaining part due by the date of satellite launch.

The pre-order reservation is valid for 24 months and will be fully refunded if our satellite doesn’t launch before 31 December 2022

Pre order here!

A Request For Assistance

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.

Contact us at contact@exodusorbitals.com if you are interested.

“Satellite-as-a-Service” Talk Repeated

Missed our “Satellite-as-a-Service” talk? No worries, you will get another opportunity next Friday, July 31st at 13:00 EDT/18:00 BST! 

Click below to register:

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

An Article on Software-Defined Satellite Technology

A company called Hypergiant Technologies is developing (broadly) the same technology as we do. They have recently won a contract with US Air Force. Given below are the excerpts from the following article: https://www.dallasnews.com/business/technology/2020/07/09/qa-with-hypergiants-ben-lamm-how-he-scored-a-satellite-deal-with-the-us-air-force/

…We’re putting up satellites that work together in a constellation. There will eventually be 24 to 30 satellites. One is about the size of two loaves of bread. Those satellites are going to work together to achieve three phases:

The first is to prove out this idea of continuous update ability. Instead of a satellite being updated once a quarter or twice a year with big potential operational risk in terms of building out the updates, we’re using a secure and accredited system. If you need to roll out an update, you can and won’t destroy the base asset. If you have a secure and accredited containerized software environment, you can push changes on the fly. We’re looking at making software updates for satellites in minutes, not months.

Phase two is ultimately being able to have a network of these computers in space so we are doing real-time processing of data in space. Satellites won’t have to collect data and send it back down to Earth, analyze it on Earth, and then get it back up to the satellite. Satellites can connect to this network, download the data, process various machine learning applications on the constellation and then push the action back to the satellite. It shortens the time to action, which is really important, especially in warfare.

The third big use is the ability to rapidly update the software. You can actually push software updates to the satellite and change the function of the satellite in real-time. The opportunities for the use cases for that constellation are near endless.

We build a platform specifically for satellite operations management. After you get assets in space, you operate them. Typically, one person can operate three to five satellites. Our platform allows one satellite operator to maintain 75 to 100 satellites. You can operate it from an iPhone or an iPad.”