We Recently Became the First Commercial Wi-Fi in Space
When the Blue Origin team sent their New Shepard rocket and capsule 66 miles into space on April 29, 2018, they helped us make history. On the rocket's ascent, a tweet sent via the onboard Solstar Wi-Fi equipment connected to our satellites became the first commercial tweet posted from space. On that flight, we also became the first commercial Wi-Fi and internet service provider in space. It was a big day. With another Blue Origin flight planned and a preliminary design made through our NASA contract, there are plans to test a Solstar internet router on the International Space Station as early as 2020, we soon hope to be a crucial mainstay for every commercial flight in space.
Space Wi-Fi is Extremely Complicated
Let's Connect Earth to Space Together
Our Progress So Far
With a successful Wefunder raise, we'll dedicate most of the investment dollars to the product development of our software app, small satellite space communicators, flight communicators, and a router for the International Space Station. We'll also be able to increase our sales and marketing efforts, allowing us to open more accounts with more commercial space companies.
Founder Brian Barnett Sends First-Ever Commercial Text Message to Space
Patent Filed For Our Technology
FCC Advises Solstar’s WiFi Operations to Date Are Within the Scope of Existing FCC Authorizations
Second Wi-Fi Flight Test on Blue Origin’s New Shepard
We aim to roll out prototypes for payload access, a management app, and a SmallSat space communicator.