CometTM

SmallSat Propulsion

Comet is a launch-safe and cost-effective electrothermal propulsion system that offers the ideal balance of cost and performance. This high-performance propulsion unit uses water as propellant, making the system easy to work with and easy to fuel. It’s highly-flexible interface is easy to integrate into your small satellite, regardless of size and form factor, and easy to operate on orbit.

Comet has also been optimized for minimal power consumption and shorter maneuvering times, allowing you to focus more resources on your payload. Comet is currently in production and shipping to customers, with the first three units scheduled to launch in Q1 2018.

Complete Spacecraft Solutions

Deep Space Industries as your Mission Prime

Deep Space Industries (DSI) offers complete mission solutions. Trust DSI’s team of small spacecraft pioneers to develop your mission, act as the prime contractor, and deliver the satellites your mission needs.

Case Study: DSI was selected by HawkEye 360 as the satellite provider for its Pathfinder small satellite mini-constellation. This is the first step towards the launch of the full commercial constellation of HawkEye 360’s space-based radio frequency mapping and analytics system. DSI is the prime contractor for the development and manufacturing of the satellites that will host HawkEye 360’s proprietary data processing technology.

Meet the Team

DSI boasts an industry-leading team with unparalleled experience in small satellite design and mission operations. Additionally, the company includes world-renowned scientists, business leaders, and space industry advocates, creating a well-rounded team with all the capabilities necessary to develop the technologies, tools, and systems required to locate, harvest, and deliver space resources. 

Bill Miller

Bill Miller

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

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Grant Bonin

Grant Bonin

Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

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Sagi Kfir

Sagi Kfir

General Counsel

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Peter Stibrany

Peter Stibrany

Chief Strategist

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Dr. John Lewis

Dr. John Lewis

Chief Scientist

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Doug Jones

Doug Jones

Director, Propulsion Systems

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Nathan Orr

Nathan Orr

Chief Engineer

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Scott Armitage

Scott Armitage

Director of Space Systems

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News from Deep Space

Doug Jones joins Deep Space Industries

Deep Space Industries is pleased to announce that Doug Jones, formerly chief test engineer at XCOR, is joining the company’s growing team as director of propulsion systems. “We see Doug as one of the top rocket engineers in the country, and a great addition to our first-class team of small-spacecraft engineers,” said Bill Miller, the chief executive officer of Deep Space Industries. Read More…

Deep Space Industries Secures NASA Aerobrake Funding

The NIAC grant will research the manufacturing of an aerobrake system from the asteroid’s regolith (soil) collected from mining operations. The aerobrake system would act as a large heat shield that would allow the spacecraft to pass through Earth’s atmosphere, creating enough drag to slow down the payload without using propellant. Read More…

Bill Miller, Veteran Start-Up Strategist, Joins DSI as Chief Executive Officer

Deep Space Industries is excited to announce that Bill Miller will be joining the company as Chief Executive Officer to position DSI for rapid growth in the coming years. With an impeccable track record of growing technology companies, Bill brings game-changing approaches, solutions, and perspectives to DSI through his experience in defining, developing, and delivering results for dynamic organizations. Read More…

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