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.
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.