ok hold on bear with me
Our mission is to make space accessible, but in a cool, non-cliche way (I guess)
What makes us different from other "ispacers"?
We don't do rideshares (basically not ispacers at all). We are working on an orbital platform for smallsats called SatHub.
Here's how it will work:
Main hub will be launched by a chosen launch provider (hey guys time to put the bajillion different rideshare companies to use)
Propulsion and power modules will be launched by us on Theta 600
Multiple smallsats will be launched to the platform via a dedicated launch on our chosen launch vehicle (guys this is your chance)
Sat transfer stage will dock to the platform and sats will be positioned at their designated port.
Sat transfer stage detaches from the platform and deorbits.
So what does the platform even do?
It provides the basic functions to the sats, allowing you to focus on the most important functions, such as scientific equipment.
There will be multiple of these platforms positioned in strategical orbits, allowing you to take full advantage of your equipment. There will also be a lunar hub.