Meeting the growing demand for hydrogen fuel, and clean energy, the recent advancement made in our electrolysis cells can split water into our hydrogen fuels cells, at a fraction of the cost of current energy generation methods.
Harvesting lunar water, in-situ resources would be offered at $2,000/kg or 10% of current launch cost, for sustaining spacecraft and satellites, rover refueling, and to make space affordable to everyone.
Zero and microgravity space manufacturing using our electrostatic levitation oven, can produce flawless fiber-optic ZBLAN, molecule binding gallium nitride to make larger LEDs, and in-situ tissue cultures bioreactor.
In-Situ Resource Utilization requires multiple stages of handling raw material including Resource and Site Characterization, Regolith and Soil Excavation Transfer and Sorting, Regolith Crushing and Processing, Water and Volatile Extraction and clean-up stages.
The growing demand for hydrogen fuel and the advancements made in electrolysis, our focus is to manufacture superior technology to harvest water in-situ that will sustain all life, air, fuel, power, and propulsion for generations to come.