Space Exploration & Commercialization

Private space organisations that are involved in commercialising or exploring the outer space, such as space tourism, space mining & setting up space colony.

Blue Origin is an American privately-funded aerospace manufacturer and spaceflight services company set up by Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos.
United States
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Spacebelt (Cloud Constellation Corporation) operates a patented system of 12 low earth orbit satellites (LEO) for the purpose of offering space-based secure data storage and services.
United States
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In a world which is increasingly interconnected, cloud-based and data-driven, LeoSat Enterprises is launching a constellation of up to 108 interconnected low-earth orbit (LEO) communications satellites to provide the first commercially available, enterprise grade, extremely high-speed and secure data service worldwide.
United States
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an American-based company, specializing in the engineering and manufacturing of 3D printers for use in microgravity.
United States
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Moon Express is a privately funded lunar resource company created to establish new avenues for commercial space activities benefitting life on Earth.
United States
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Nanoracks services include Cubesat deployment, biopharm services, test platforms for advanced sensors for earth observation, research platforms for materials and educational research—wherever there is a need for space goods or services, NanoRacks seeks to be part of the commercial solution.
United States
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Northrop Grumman Corporation is an American global aerospace and defense technology company formed by Northrop's 1994 purchase of Grumman. The company was named as the fifth-largest defense contractor in the world in 2015.
United States
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Formerly WorldVu Satellites, Oneweb plans to put more than 600 satellites in orbit to provide low-cost Internet access to uncovered areas in the world. The OneWeb system will seamlessly integrate into existing mobile and Internet Service Providers networks allowing them to cost effectively expand into these areas.
United Kingdom
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PTScientists is a German new-space company whose aim is to bring down the cost of space exploration and democratise access to the Moon.
Germany
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Formerly known as Arkyd Astronautics, is an American company that was formed in November 2010,[1] and reorganized and renamed in 2012. Their stated goal is to "expand Earth's natural resource base" by developing and deploying the technologies for asteroid mining.
United States
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