Voyager firmly believes that space exploration will unlock the infinite possibilities to build a better future in space and on Earth.
We’re also dedicated to exploring space the right way – and protecting it from the same mistakes humans have made on Earth. To make these solutions a reality, we are investing in space-based agriculture, the next-generation of dreamers, and orbital debris mitigation technologies.
We’re laying the foundation for NewSpace ESG
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) guidelines and metrics must play a role in the NewSpace economy – driving us all to do good.
We’re defining ESG needs and metrics for NewSpace, reflecting the unique environments, technologies, and challenges we will confront. Like most things – this is a process. And one Voyager will lead.
We’re proud members of the World Economic Forum, developing the Space Sustainability Rating as our first collaboration together.
We are developing orbiting greenhouses, exo-farms, and regenerative self-sustaining agriculture systems to be used on Earth and in space.
The unique condition of space affects the general makeup of seeds – allowing them to grow heartier and withstand harsh environments. The realities of space force us to develop new techniques that yield maximum output with minimum input – which can transform agriculture as we know it.
Empowering the Next Generation
We are empowering a diverse, global pipeline of NextGen talent who want to define a future that meets their values. With 500+ student projects launched to space and and 100,000+ students engaged in the spaceflight process – we’re just getting started.
From at-home and in-classroom science kits and curriculum, to developing and launching space research – we’re preparing the next generation to thrive in a future where Earth and space act as one.
Keeping space pristine
Today, there are over 27,000 pieces of trackable space junk orbiting Earth, and millions of smaller pieces not tracked – a grave concern for commercial, civilian, and national security space operators. Space junk could be anything from collision debris to a dead satellite or a spent rocket upper stage.
We are developing technology solutions to prevent further debris creation and manage existing debris. These include converting spent rockets into space stations, relocating or de-orbiting debris, and harvesting valuable metals and other materials.