Using the space to advance the life on Earth.
Our MS team has not only brought together expert engineers in satellite tech, rocket science, nuclear electronics and aerospace research, but also the most promising digital innovators from all across the globe.
Designed by people for people, our main goal is to combine science with technology, providing necessary building tools for a new space economy because at Mission Space, we believe that:
Dual Bachelor's graduate in Global Business and Finance from Suffolk University, Boston, background of working for American leading consumer goods companies.
MSC in Economics, 14 years of experience in tech business. A successful entrepreneur with a public service background including United States Department of State.
Leading construction and electronics engineer of satellite space at SINP MSU, more than 30 years of experience in satellite engineering. Was involved in most of the significant satellite projects in the last 20 years.
BSBA in Business Administration from Suffolk University, Boston; over 5 years of experience in business development Moscow, Russia.
MSU graduate in Nuclear Physics, has 20 years of experience in space instrumentation design; Deputy Chief Designer of the scientific complex of the Lomonosov space mission, chief designer of the Universat-SOCRAT mission of MSU.
Holds a degree in relativistic physics and a doctorate in high-energy astrophysics at the University of Jena, Germany. Frank has contributed to the Greifswald space weather telescope MuSTAnG and to the ESA & DLR space monitoring program; CEO ‘1A-FirstApplications’ & Space Weather Observatory Greifswald, Germany.
Earth is only a start. We believe in a widely accessible space weather frontier.
Provide industry leaders with the most advanced predictive tools for an uninterrupted, free of space weather events service.
Deliver continuous and sector-specific space weather monitoring that minimizes economic and social impacts of geomagnetic, solar storms and radio blackouts.