Vision

 

Orbit Fab envisions a thriving in-space market for products and services that support both existing space businesses (communications and Earth observation) and new industries like space tourism, manufacturing, and mining. We offer a ubiquitous supply of satellite propellant in Earth Orbit, expanding the operational potential of new and existing space assets and enabling unprecedented business model flexibility for satellite owners. The future for satellites is no longer restricted to the fuel they are launched with. We provide the fuel that satellites need, where and when they need it, to achieve things never before thought possible.

 

Partners

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Our Team

 

 
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Daniel Faber

Co- Founder and CEO

15+ years space technology leadership. Last 3 years as CEO of Deep Space Industries – building the team, closing millions in financing and growing sales to ~ $10 million.

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Jeremy Schiel

Co-Founder and Global Business Development Officer

Experienced in international marketing and management with a proven track record in the German and Japanese tier one automotive manufacturing industry.

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Kasey Yang

CFO

Over 15 years of experience in accounting and financial services for technology firmsSkilled in organizing and presenting data for financial decision.

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Dean Hawes

Head of Engineering

A Masters Degree in Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, and 30+ years of success developing and deploying products for the aerospace, defense, and various commercial industries.

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James Bultitude

Lead Engineer

10 years of experience in aerospace engineering and IT. Experienced building and flying CubeSats and ISS experiments. Masters of Space Studies from International Space University.

News

Startup Raises Money to Build “Gas Stations” in Space

Article by SpaceNews: A startup company planning to develop orbital propellant depots to assist satellite servicing ventures has raised an initial round of funding to support a first launch as soon as next year. Interview with Daniel Faber.

This Startup Company Wants To Build Gas Stations In Orbit To Refuel Satellites

Article by IFLScience: A startup company has announced that it hopes to build an orbiting gas station to service other satellites.

 Press Releases

Orbit Fab Raises Money to Build ‘Gas Stations’ in Space

Launching a satellite into space with all the fuel it will ever need is like buying a car and having to tow
a 10,000 gallon trailer of fuel behind it. It doesn’t make sense. Orbit Fab today announces it has raised
money to solve the problem.

Find Us

724 Brannan St,

San Francisco,

CA 94103

 
 

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