Dear Solstar Supporter, We hope this message finds you safe, and in good health. Like with all industries, the COVID-19 pandemic has caught the space, satellite and telecommunication industries off guard in a year where we were expecting great progress. We are sorry to see the decline of some of our partners and competitors in […]
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Solstar Space Company has received the Mobile Satellite Users Association “Chairman’s Award: Outstanding Innovation for User Community Development”. New this year, the Chairman’s Award celebrates the founding principle of MSUA, which was to engage new and expanding user communities to aid in the adoption of and use cases for satellite connectivity. MSUA is recognizing Solstar Space for their […]
Dear Solstar Supporter, It has come to our attention that erroneous information tied to Solstar has been circulating the internet. A company using Solstar’s corporate identity, has approached investors to sign up to “$7/month” cable and WiFi services for your home, using a technology called “Ski-Fy” or “Sky-Fi”. For the record, Solstar has no association with the cable […]
PRESS RELEASE SANTA FE, NM, USA – December 20, 2019 In light of today’s Boeing Starliner launch and subsequent mission malfunctions, I wanted to address the issue of space communication and the need to provide alternative options to the current NASA satellite systems. NASA’s Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS) was initially installed in the […]
Solstar Space Company’s Schmitt Space Communicator accepted into Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum collection
PRESS RELEASE SANTA FE, NM, USA – November 19, 2019 Solstar Space Company’s Schmitt Space Communicator has been accessioned into the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum’s collection. Dr. Martin Collins, curator of the museum’s civilian application satellites collection, presented Solstar Space Company CEO M. Brian Barnett the official deed of gift accepting the donation […]
Forbes Validates Solstar Business Model: To Commercialize Space We Need To Build Infrastructure, Not Just Launch Rockets
Rockets are big, powerful and dramatic. They stand hundreds of feet high and are catapulted into orbit by millions of pounds of thrust at nearly 25,000 miles per hour. As they ascend, they leave behind long, glowing contrails that mark their path to the stars and mystify the earthbound onlookers they’ve left behind.
Dear Investors, I thought you might enjoy seeing the following video of my recent presentation at the International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight (ISPCS). The ISPCS is one of the most prestigious commercial space conferences, and I was honored to have been chosen to speak. Spotlight Address: The Future All Payloaders Hope For-Commercial WiFi […]
SAN FRANCISCO – Solstar Space, the New Mexico startup planning to offer WiFi to payloads and people in space, is looking for a strategic investor. “We are looking for a space company that understands our market and wants to help us develop it,” Brian Barnett, Solstar founder, and chief executive told SpaceNews.
SOLSTAR™ DEMONSTRATES PRIVATELY-FUNDED WiFi in SPACE for SECOND TIME Company Posts another Tweet from Space
Dear Investors, We are very heartened by all the investments we have received from so many people, from all walks of life, from all over the world. Last week, we had another incredibly successful demonstration of our commercial WiFi in Space service on Blue Origin’s New Shepard. We are now three for three— three spaceflights, […]