Resource Utilization

Making Materials on the Moon

Voyager Space Holdings is dedicated to inventing and proving new technologies to advance humanity’s reach into space, and applying these same principles to improving life on Earth.

As we set our sights deeper into space, once we’ve solved the problem of getting there, the next problem will be figuring out how we’re going to stay there. The ability to utilize and repurpose available resources at any given destination will increase mission performance, sustainability, and reduce crew and overall mission risk.  

Voyager has been selected by NASA as one of the first U.S. businesses to mature a range of technologies for sustainable exploration of the Moon under the Artemis program. Voyager currently possesses proprietary technology that enables production of raw steel and oxygen on the moon, using only moon dust. This technology can be used to construct outposts and research stations on the moon equipped for human habitation, as well as produce modular power systems and propellant for transport vehicles.

Converting Moon Dust

We hold the key intellectual property required to turn lunar regolith into usable Steel and Oxygen.

STEEL

In-Space Construction and Manufacturing

Turning moon dust into construction grade steel is critical for building and manufacturing in space.

OXYGEN

Needed for (almost) everything

Our regolith transformation process creates storable oxygen, ready to be used at moments notice.

Modular power systems

Oxygen is key in the production of modular power systems used in exploration.

Needed for (almost) everything

Our regolith transformation process creates storable oxygen, ready to be used at moments notice.

Life support and habitats

Steady supplies of oxygen are vital for life support and human habitation systems.

Lander and Ascent (fuel)

Oxygen comprises up to 86% of propellant mass for transport vehicles.