Two space infrastructure specialists, Space Machines Company and Spaceium, have joined forces to embark on what they believe to be the first-ever cryogenic refuelling space mission in space in 2025.
Under terms of a signed agreement, Canada’s Spaceium will integrate its cryogenic storage technology into Space Machine’s platform. Spaceium will then refuel Space Machines’ tanks with cryogenic fuel using stored reserves.
If successful, the refuelling will mark what has been described as a significant milestone for the future of the space industry.
Ashi Dissanayake, CEO of Spaceium, said he is thrilled to embark on the ground-breaking journey, setting the stage for a new era in space exploration.
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