Australian Space Agency is funded!

We were super excited to see the announcement of the creation of an Australian Space Agency, starting from July 1st of this year, as part of the 2018 federal budget.  It’s been a long time coming, and we are pleased to see that the government has supported or supported in principle the majority of theContinue reading “Australian Space Agency is funded!”

Mike at SpaceHub Perth event

It was a great pleasure to be asked to speak at the first SpaceHub Perth event for 2018, (back on February 19th!) along with Troy McCann from MoonshotX, and Conrad Pires from Picosat Systems. With a crowd of about 60 present, we spoke about the NewSpace industry, the exponential growth of start-up companies (in AustraliaContinue reading “Mike at SpaceHub Perth event”

Falcon Heavy ushers in a new Era

We’re SpaceX fans here at Exodus Space Systems, and we’d like to send our congratulations to SpaceX at the massive achievement that is launching (and landing!) the Falcon Heavy. Falcon Heavy success paves the way for open access to space beyond Earth Having the ability to launch up to 64 tons to Low Earth Orbit,Continue reading “Falcon Heavy ushers in a new Era”

The Hub, the Rock, and the Ring (preview)

Hi guys! Those who know me personally know I like to write creatively, and science fiction especially is something I find helps convey the full extent of my vision for the future.  The attached pdf is a set of 6 preview chapters for a novel I’ve been writing in my spare time.  It’s set inContinue reading “The Hub, the Rock, and the Ring (preview)”

Scott Kelly writes about 340 days in space! (*microgravity)

Hi all, Mike here again.  Yesterday, I came across this very interesting article on the effects of nearly a year in space, by astronaut Scott Kelly: Every time I see one of these articles, I note how journalists equate “microgravity” with “in space”.  Of course, it’s a safe choice for the journalist creating theContinue reading “Scott Kelly writes about 340 days in space! (*microgravity)”

Getting ready for IAC!

Hi everyone, Mike here! Right now Exodus is a month-old company with three people, a unique solution to the space debris problem, and a mechanism that also has relevance for the development of spin gravity platforms.  We invite enquiries and support from satellite manufacturers, operators and insurers.  In the future however, our customer base aimsContinue reading “Getting ready for IAC!”