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Building our future in space & on earth

Space is a new frontier of the economy, and there are limitless opportunities for economic activities attached to the exploration, use, and development of space. This includes everything from the use of space-based technologies for game-changing microgravity research, communication, space tourism, navigation, and remote sensing to the development of commercial space stations to replace aging infrastructure in orbit today. Furthermore, space could be used as a transformational tool for improving life on Earth through the research and development of innovative agriculture technologies.

Today, the commercial space revolution is already underway, and Voyager Space is a company at the forefront of this transformation.  

“Space is a megatrend,” says Matthew Kuta, President and COO of Voyager Space. “The world, how we operate, and how we stay connected are now all dependent on space, and that is never going to change. However, over the next twenty or thirty years, the ways in which space is going to further change society is unknown, and that’s an exciting market for Voyager.”

Voyager Space is building the next generation of infrastructure in orbit. With over 20 years of spaceflight heritage, over 1,500 missions, and customers in over 35 nations, Voyager is leveraging this experience to build Starlab, a new-era global space platform that is dedicated to conducting advanced research, fostering industrial activity, and innovating in ways once only imagined. 

The International Space Station (ISS) is aging, and NASA has laid out its plan to decommission and deorbit the ISS by 2030. Voyager is working with NASA through a public-private partnership to build Starlab, a privately owned and operated space station to replace the ISS. Voyager broke barriers by bringing commercial opportunities to the International Space Station over 10 years ago, and the company is leveraging this experience to build Starlab. Voyager’s first big step toward building space infrastructure came in 2020 when the company launched and installed the privately financed Bishop Airlock on the ISS – which is the only privately owned piece of real estate on the International Space Station. 

"Unlike the ISS, Starlab will not be owned by any government, but will instead be owned by Voyager, with the United States government as a tenant. Not only will this expand value in space, but this will benefit the government as they will no longer be burdened by the large capital expenditure associated with space development,” says Dylan Taylor, Chairman and CEO of Voyager Space.

This model, where the government serves as a customer, has over a decade of proven success through NASA’s use of commercial launch vehicles to supply the ISS.

As Voyager moves toward Starlab’s development, the company envisions the space station as a platform that is used to ensure sustainability here on Earth, from research and development in agricultural technology to combat food insecurity, to researching and monitoring climate change, to supporting renewable energy and industrial innovations, and more.

“If you believe that space is a tool for transformation, and I believe that, then it’s all about getting more people out there," continues Taylor. “We go to space to benefit Earth. It is a beautifully symbiotic relationship.”

Space is a new frontier of the economy, and there are limitless opportunities for economic activities attached to the exploration, use, and development of space. This includes everything from the use of space-based technologies for game-changing microgravity research, communication, space tourism, navigation, and remote sensing to the development of commercial space stations to replace aging infrastructure in orbit today. Furthermore, space could be used as a transformational tool for improving life on Earth through the research and development of innovative agriculture technologies.

Today, the commercial space revolution is already underway, and Voyager Space is a company at the forefront of this transformation.  

“Space is a megatrend,” says Matthew Kuta, President and COO of Voyager Space. “The world, how we operate, and how we stay connected are now all dependent on space, and that is never going to change. However, over the next twenty or thirty years, the ways in which space is going to further change society is unknown, and that’s an exciting market for Voyager.”

Voyager Space is building the next generation of infrastructure in orbit. With over 20 years of spaceflight heritage, over 1,500 missions, and customers in over 35 nations, Voyager is leveraging this experience to build Starlab, a new-era global space platform that is dedicated to conducting advanced research, fostering industrial activity, and innovating in ways once only imagined. 

The International Space Station (ISS) is aging, and NASA has laid out its plan to decommission and deorbit the ISS by 2030. Voyager is working with NASA through a public-private partnership to build Starlab, a privately owned and operated space station to replace the ISS. Voyager broke barriers by bringing commercial opportunities to the International Space Station over 10 years ago, and the company is leveraging this experience to build Starlab. Voyager’s first big step toward building space infrastructure came in 2020 when the company launched and installed the privately financed Bishop Airlock on the ISS – which is the only privately owned piece of real estate on the International Space Station. 

"Unlike the ISS, Starlab will not be owned by any government, but will instead be owned by Voyager, with the United States government as a tenant. Not only will this expand value in space, but this will benefit the government as they will no longer be burdened by the large capital expenditure associated with space development,” says Dylan Taylor, Chairman and CEO of Voyager Space.

This model, where the government serves as a customer, has over a decade of proven success through NASA’s use of commercial launch vehicles to supply the ISS.

As Voyager moves toward Starlab’s development, the company envisions the space station as a platform that is used to ensure sustainability here on Earth, from research and development in agricultural technology to combat food insecurity, to researching and monitoring climate change, to supporting renewable energy and industrial innovations, and more.

“If you believe that space is a tool for transformation, and I believe that, then it’s all about getting more people out there," continues Taylor. “We go to space to benefit Earth. It is a beautifully symbiotic relationship.”

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Building our future in space & on earth

Space is a new frontier of the economy, and there are limitless opportunities for economic activities attached to the exploration, use, and development of space. This includes everything from the use of space-based technologies for game-changing microgravity research, communication, space tourism, navigation, and remote sensing to the development of commercial space stations to replace aging infrastructure in orbit today. Furthermore, space could be used as a transformational tool for improving life on Earth through the research and development of innovative agriculture technologies.

Today, the commercial space revolution is already underway, and Voyager Space is a company at the forefront of this transformation.  

“Space is a megatrend,” says Matthew Kuta, President and COO of Voyager Space. “The world, how we operate, and how we stay connected are now all dependent on space, and that is never going to change. However, over the next twenty or thirty years, the ways in which space is going to further change society is unknown, and that’s an exciting market for Voyager.”

Voyager Space is building the next generation of infrastructure in orbit. With over 20 years of spaceflight heritage, over 1,500 missions, and customers in over 35 nations, Voyager is leveraging this experience to build Starlab, a new-era global space platform that is dedicated to conducting advanced research, fostering industrial activity, and innovating in ways once only imagined. 

The International Space Station (ISS) is aging, and NASA has laid out its plan to decommission and deorbit the ISS by 2030. Voyager is working with NASA through a public-private partnership to build Starlab, a privately owned and operated space station to replace the ISS. Voyager broke barriers by bringing commercial opportunities to the International Space Station over 10 years ago, and the company is leveraging this experience to build Starlab. Voyager’s first big step toward building space infrastructure came in 2020 when the company launched and installed the privately financed Bishop Airlock on the ISS – which is the only privately owned piece of real estate on the International Space Station. 

"Unlike the ISS, Starlab will not be owned by any government, but will instead be owned by Voyager, with the United States government as a tenant. Not only will this expand value in space, but this will benefit the government as they will no longer be burdened by the large capital expenditure associated with space development,” says Dylan Taylor, Chairman and CEO of Voyager Space.

This model, where the government serves as a customer, has over a decade of proven success through NASA’s use of commercial launch vehicles to supply the ISS.

As Voyager moves toward Starlab’s development, the company envisions the space station as a platform that is used to ensure sustainability here on Earth, from research and development in agricultural technology to combat food insecurity, to researching and monitoring climate change, to supporting renewable energy and industrial innovations, and more.

“If you believe that space is a tool for transformation, and I believe that, then it’s all about getting more people out there," continues Taylor. “We go to space to benefit Earth. It is a beautifully symbiotic relationship.”

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