The Future of On-Orbit Space Communications
Solstar Space provides internet-based communication solutions that make living and working in space more efficient.
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Enabling Communications for On-Orbit Assets and Crew
Solstar helps astronauts and spacecraft operators
achieve safe and cost-effective mission operations.
Solstar WiFi Access Points and Space Communicators provide reliable connectivity for space operations.
Solstar solutions have flown on several spaceflights and its WiFi Access Points are scheduled for use on the 2024 HALO program.
Easy to Use
Solstar solutions are as easy to use in space as it is to use your laptop on Earth.
Solstar meets the specific requirements of your space-based operations with purpose-built solutions.
Solstar Products and Solutions
Solstar solutions provide persistent space-based communications.
Securely connects WiFi-enabled devices to support crew communications, payload integration, experiments and more.
Engineered to be seamlessly integrated into CubeSats, SmallSats, space stations, launch vehicles and on-orbit assets.
Solstar Persistent Space
SPSC services provide leading narrowband and broadband data and voice services for space missions and operations.
Solstar Provides WiFi Access Points for HALO
March 2022: Northrop Grumman selects Solstar to develop the WiFi Access Points for the HALO module of NASA’s Lunar Gateway.
Blue Origin Flight 2 – Persistent Comms Launch to Landing
July 18, 2018: Solstar’s Schmitt Space Communicator maintained a consistent internet connection from launch to landing, as well as during an emergency escape simulation.
Blue Origin Flight 1 – First Commercial WiFi Hotspot Aboard a Spacecraft
April 29, 2018: Solstar successfully uses its onboard internet connection to Tweet from outer space. This was the first commercial tweet from above the Karman line.
UP Aerospace Rocket Internet Connection with a Satellite
November 12, 2013: Solstar demonstrates first internet connection between a commercial satellite constellation and a spacecraft at rocket velocity and at an altitude of over 100km.