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Bellevue, WA, June 7th, 2023 - Spaceium and Litepulse have inked a Bilateral Letter of Intent. The partnership will help enable a smarter, more efficient future in orbit. Litepulse's powerful, scalable tech will now be powering Spaceium logistics hubs, dotted along the cosmic arteries of the Space Superhighway. Meanwhile, Spaceium will be providing Litepulse with a safe harbor for their hardware amidst the stars in the logistical hubs in orbit.


This isn't just a boost for the company’s individual capabilities, but a game-changer for the wider space economy. It's partnerships like these that help transform space from the final frontier to the next home front.

“Our aim here at Litepulse is to build a power grid throughout near space, delivering scalable and readily available energy to all in orbit.” CEO Karl Stedman said.

“We are making space exploration more affordable and efficient by building the missing piece of in space infrastructure, service stations. This partnership will help us to achieve that goal.” CEO of Spaceium, Ashi Dissanayake said.


About Litepulse Inc.

Litepulse is building a remote power network in space and the cislunar environment with the aim of providing scalable power to all vehicles in space. You can learn more at www.litepulse.com


About Spaceium


Spaceium is building service stations along the space superhighway. The service stations are modular to provide services from refueling, transferring energy, storing and exchanging hardwares, and going to be part of trash debris solution. Learn more at www.spaceium.com


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Updated: May 25, 2023

December 8, 2022|Partnerships Bellevue, WA, November 08, 2022 - StarSpec Technologies, Inc., and Litepulse, Inc., are pleased to announce the signing of a Letter of Intent. The transaction involves the integration and/or mutual collaboration between Litepulse’s mesh network and StarSpec ADCS InspireSAT sub-arcsecond ADCS products. StarSpec ADCS InspireSAT’s unique design and capabilities will enable the sub-arcsecond Low-Earth Orbit platform stability at a level suitable for Litepulse’s development. The techniques and methodologies utilized for StarSpec’s InspireSAT are of particular interest for Litepulse power distribution components and subsystems. This includes hardening off the self-components for radiation, thermal vacuum, and dynamic vibration.

“Litepulse’s vision is to build, space’s first remote power grid and this agreement with StarSpec is instrumental to making that vision a reality. We are excited to work with StarSpec to make space more accessible for everyone,” said Karl Stedman Litepulse’s Founder and CEO. About StarSpec Technologies, Inc.

StarSpec Technologies bridges the gap between innovation and application for state-of-the-art space-based technologies. StarSpec is fundamentally enabling technology developers, science leaders, and industry innovators endeavoring to rapidly push the frontiers of emerging suborbital and satellite-based applications.

We believe that increasing ease of access to space is both inevitable—as a result of the growing economy and diversification of space-based applications—as well as essential to rapid technology development for space that is well-paced with the constantly accelerating state-of-the-art. StarSpec is at the forefront of this revolution in space, providing the necessary agility and continuous innovation required to meet the increasing demand in the new space supply chain.

Our vision is a world in which accessing the uncapped research, development, and commercial potential of space and near-space environments is limited only by the imaginations of those who endeavor to Rethink Space

www.starspectechnologies.com/news About Litepulse, Inc. Litepulse is a Remote Power as a Service company for Space. Focused on providing the power vehicles need to expand into orbit and beyond, the company is building a mesh energy grid powered by the Sun. By providing more efficient power to satellites, space stations, and additive manufacturing in LEO, GEO, and the cis-lunar space, Litepulse will help unlock the potential of space.







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December 8, 2022|Partnerships

Lafayette, CO, December 2, 2022 - Orbit Fab, Inc., the Gas Station in SpaceTM company, and Litepulse, Inc., are pleased to announce the signing of a Bilateral Letter of Intent. Orbit Fab will provide RAFTI units and propellent for Litepulse’s power plants to improve maneuverability and extend mission lifetime. Litepulse will provide power to Orbit Fab in order to enable Orbit Fab to pursue in-situ resource utilization (ISRU). This agreement between Orbit Fab and Litepulse will help improve each company’s in-space capabilities and further increase humanity's ability to efficiently operate in space. “Litepulse’s vision is to build space’s first remote power grid, and this agreement with Orbit Fab is a big step towards making that vision a reality. We are excited to work with the great team over at Orbit Fab to make space accessible for everyone,” said Karl Stedman Litepulse’s Founder and CEO. About Orbit Fab Inc. Orbit Fab believes a bustling in-space economy is a precondition to permanent jobs in space. By providing a ubiquitous supply of satellite propellant in LEO, GEO and cis-lunar space (branded Gas Stations in SpaceTM), the company improves existing space business models (communications and Earth observation) and helps open new industries like space tourism, manufacturing, and mining. Orbit Fab has racked up a number of world-firsts: the first ever commercially available in-space refueling port (RAFTITM), the first-ever private company to resupply the International Space Station with water, and the first-ever satellite fuel depot. The future for satellites is no longer restricted to the fuel they are launched with. Orbit Fab delivers the fuel and other materials that are needed, where and when they are needed, to enable business models never before thought possible. The company recently announced its first commercial fuel sale to Astroscale, a private orbital debris removal company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. About Litepulse Inc. Litepulse is a space-based remote power company for Space. The company is building a meshed energy grid powered by the sun to provide the power industries need to expand into orbit and beyond. By providing more efficient power to satellites, space stations, and additive manufacturing in LEO, GEO, and cis-lunar space, Litepulse will help unlock Space’s immense value for humanity. Media Contacts: Litepulse Inc media@litepulse.com Orbit Fab Grant Kendall-Bell grant@orbitfab.com


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