Announcements & Releases
Announcements, updates, and information releases from Deep Space.
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Houston, TX – December 1, 2014. Deep Space Industries and Solid Prototype, Inc are pleased to announce the development of a strategic partnership between the two companies. Solid Prototype will be providing 3D printing services for DSI, in an effort to revolutionize the spacecraft design and development industry through faster turnaround, lower cost, and weight reduction.
As the strategic development of DSI continues, the addition of Meagan’s unique skill set adds considerable value to the company
Houston, TX – November 18, 2014. Deep Space Industries is pleased to announce the appointment of Meagan Crawford as the company’s PR and Communications Manager. Meagan is a corporate communications and public relations expert with significant experience in marketing and business development.
Deep Space Industries welcomes a prolific mining entrepreneur and accomplished company builder, Julian Malnic, to its Board of Directors.
Deep Space Industries is pleased to announce the election of Julian Malnic, accomplished entrepreneur and business leader, to its Board. In his new role with DSI, he will add invaluable experience, perspective and drive to the Board of Directors.
HOUSTON, Texas – Oct. 28 – Executives at Deep Space Industries lamented the loss of Planetary Resources ARKYD 3 that was destroyed during the launch of Orbital Sciences’ Antares rocket, which exploded six seconds after lift-off on the evening of October 28, 2014.
The August DSI Update reports on the opening of lab and office facilities in Silicon Valley, plus progress on the company’s NASA contracts and the planning for a bitcoin satellite.
HOUSTON, Texas – June 19 – NASA today awarded two contracts to Deep Space Industries Inc. to accelerate the agency’s plans to partner with private industry on asteroid prospecting and harvesting. One will analyze commercial approaches to NASA’s asteroid goals and how an industry-led asteroid economy can make crewed Mars missions safer, sooner, and less expensive. The second will examine several small asteroid-prospecting payloads that can be launched as hitchhikers on NASA missions.
HOUSTON, Texas – June 5, 2014 – Deep Space Industries announced today that Daniel Faber has been promoted to
The Deep Space Update reports that NASA is offering $6 million for technologies and strategies related to its asteroid initiative, and rounds up presentations made by DSI experts around the world.
This update includes a letter from the CEO about the coming year as well as updates on DSI activities and NASA’s Asteroid Initiative.