Author Topic: Infinite Orbits  (Read 216 times)

Offline Tywin

Infinite Orbits
« on: 02/06/2019 02:47 pm »
A new company for the new market of extension life of the satellites...

A really interesting interview with his CEO:

How did Infinite Orbits start? Why did you decide to come to Singapore?

Infinite Orbits emerged from a 2016 university NASA challenge focusing on asteroid anchoring – myself and some team members of that project were thinking about how to apply asteroid mining technologies in the current space industry.

Asteroid mining is far from commercial viability, but other technological tools like in-space tracking technologies were within reach.  They’re also crucial for enabling activities like asteroid mining, tracking tools have many present and future applications. They additionally enable some very interesting use cases that we knew we could develop in space – such as satellite life extension, active debris removal, and space situational awareness.
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