ISS Services

Offering multiple opportunities to use the International Space Station for commercial customers and educational, institutional  and industry research. We provide a commercial gateway to the extreme environment of space for Earth and deep space observation.  Our team has accomplished over 1,000 missions to the International Space Station.

Offering multiple opportunities to use the International Space Station for commercial customers and educational, institutional  and industry research. We provide a commercial gateway to the extreme environment of space for Earth and deep space observation.  Our team has accomplished over 1,000 missions to the International Space Station.

Bishop Airlock

The Bishop Airlock is the first permanent, privately owned commercial addition to the International Space Station infrastructure. The Bishop Airlock offers 5x the current volume that can be moved in and out of the Space Station today.

Bishop

The commercial gateway to space.  Our privately owned airlock is enabling commercial utilization of the International Space Station to its fullest extent. 

Deployment

Commercial Satellite deployment from the International Space Station has proven to be an effective and reliable launch strategy. Deploying satellites from the ISS, compared to a traditional Rideshare launch has many advantages including: reliability, flexibility, short turn-around on re-flight, well defined orbit and space debris mitigation. Our highly experienced team has successfully deployed over 275 satellites. 

External

Large equipment can be robotically moved to the outside of the ISS, creating an external toolbox for crew members during spacewalks.  External zero-gravity platforms also enable commercial research capabilities.  

AgTech

Supporting terrestrial Ag-Tech innovation and research to sustain and support regional food security on Earth. The Ag-Tech market is an important part of helping less fertile agricultural regions, as well as creating a sustainable environment for the future. 

Research
and Education

Supporting STEM education and facilitating commercial research. 

Zero G Oven

The Zero G Kitchen Oven is the first-ever oven in space. The oven is a cylindrical-shaped insulated container designed to hold and bake sealed food in the microgravity environment of the International Space Station.