Reimagining space exploration to enable humanity's most ambitious projects
- Completed majority investments in Altius Space Machines, Pioneer Astronautics, The Launch Company, XO Markets (Nanoracks), and Valley Tech Systems.
- Voyager Space's subsidiary, Nanoracks, has completed over 1,000 projects with the International Space Station, including the installation of the first commercial airlock.
- Pioneer Astronautics, another Voyager Space subsidiary, is under contract with NASA to build and demonstrate hardware to produce oxygen and steel from lunar regolith, or moon dust.
Currently Operating in Three Regions
December 19, 2022
Last summer I had a chance to visit one of the most remote places on our planet - a place far more difficult for a human to reach than Everest - and perhaps as hard as visiting outer space. The...Read on SpaceRef »
November 30, 2023
Airbus and Voyager have signed an agreement with the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop Starlab, a commercial space station. The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in space exploration is...Read on Newsweek »
October 4, 2023
Forbes: The article discusses the importance of adopting a human-centric approach in business, focusing on employee well-being, diversity, and inclusion to drive success and innovation. Newsweek:...Read on SpaceRef »
June 22, 2023
Forbes discusses the benefits of investing in space exploration, research, and technology. Observer reports on the passenger list for Blue Origin's upcoming space tourism flight.Read on Observer »
January 4, 2023
Voyager Space and Airbus Defence and Space are partnering to develop and operate Starlab, a free-flying space station to serve the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and a global...Read on Yahoo »
January 3, 2023
As fertile land shrinks and biodiversity in under threat, space agtech can help produce innovation that will keep Earth-bound horticulture thrivingRead on World Economic Forum »
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