From $100M Funding, to Spaceplanes, to a $250 Billion Sub-Orbital Tourism Business Unit, to a Lunar Colony

Our first-ever newsletter explains the method behind the madness of our myriad space projects, including a $100 million funding agreement and more than $500 million expected to be announced in the coming months.

Titans Space is creating a streamlined Earth-to-lunar surface transport infrastructure with spaceplanes, space stations, spaceships, and dedicated lunar vehicles for landing and travel.

Titans Space intends to:

✓ Become the largest LEO and Lunar Space tourism company
✓ Become the largest Real Estate owner in Space and the Moon
✓ Become the largest Lunar commerce and mining company (from 2031 onwards)

Titans Space Industries is slowly coming out of stealth, and we plan to start communicating through press releases from May onward. We also plan to hold frequent press conferences, attend industry events, and sponsor/promote special events.

Titans Space Industries Newsletter

Meet our first two astronauts

Meet Richard Borsboom, Titans Astronauts Ambassador, and Vaseema Hussain, Launching Astronauts Ambassador. 

Richard and Vaseema will be part of spaceplane, space station, spaceship, and lunar missions. 

Titans Sub-Orbital; $250 Billion business unit

While we usually prefer not to disclose too much about our business plans, we decided to share the incredible potential of Titans Sub-Orbital, part of Titans Space’s Space Tourism and Space Travel business unit.  

Titans Spaceplanes: Physics Explained; Faster than Hypersonics

  1. Discover the awesome physics behind the behemoth Titans Spaceplanes. 
  2. Read what makes the Titans Spaceplanes multi-functional and multi-purpose

Faster than Hypersonics

SpaceX Starship Point-to-Point Claims:

An In-depth Critical Analysis of Misconceptions

Since 2018, talks about a potential SpaceX Starship as a point-to-point human and military transportation option have fascinated the public. This critical analysis is to help you understand why it will not happen in the foreseeable future.

How TSI will combat Space Debris

TSI will help space debris clean up at cost.

Titans Space is also committed to a Zero Debris Footprint. Our spaceplanes and spacecraft are designed and operated with the utmost care to ensure they do not contribute to this growing issue.

How Titans Spaceplanes will drastically lower the Cost per Kilogram to Space

Every kilogram of payload incurs a significant expense, making space exploration and development the domain of a select few. This high cost per kilogram acts as a formidable barrier, hindering scientific discovery, commercial ventures, and broader human presence beyond Earth.

The Solution: Titans Spaceplanes

The ever-growing demand for (clean) energy has spurred the exploration of space-based solar power (SBSP) systems. These systems aim to capture the vast solar energy in space and wirelessly transmit it to Earth, offering an incredible solution to our dependence on fossil fuels.

Titans Spaceplanes are the Holy Grail of Aerospace

A Dream Come True for NASA and the Military

Despite the media hype surrounding rockets like SpaceX’s Starship, routine space transportation, including human space travel, by means of rockets will not reach large numbers, basically due to the inherent risks and limitations of such vehicles.

For large scale space travel and space cargo transport to reach efficiency and safety levels like air travel/air cargo, the vehicles we use must operate like airplanes.

Titans Spaceplanes are the holy grail of aerospace; they are designed as a revolutionary space transportation system that eliminates the need for expensive launch facilities, vehicle assembly buildings, and (expendable or reusable) all-rocket boosters.

A Titans Spaceplane can operate from any (partnered) large airport, and it can carry 15 to 330 astronauts or a 90-100 ton payload into any 555-km (300 nmi) orbit; it uses multi-cycle airbreather propulsion to reach the top of the troposphere and then ignites its rocket engines to reach Low-Earth Orbit.

For missions requiring higher orbital altitudes, a kit can be installed in the cargo bay with additional propellant for the OMS engines. 

The Race to the Moon: A Military Perspective on Cislunar Space

With a review of the paper, titled "Securing Cislunar Space and the First Island Off the Coast of Earth"

In his recent policy paper, Charles Galbreath, Senior Fellow for Space Studies at the Mitchell Institute Spacepower Advantage Center of Excellence, argues for a proactive role by the U.S. military in establishing a foothold on the Moon.

We believe TSI’s way to colonize the Moon is the most cost-effective and best doable. In this article we explain Titans Space’s Lunar settlement plans.

The Selene Mission Commercial Mission for Permanent Moon Settlement

Sooner and at much lower cost than any other program

Lunar Tourism & Lunar Factories

  • Unveiling the Moon’s Secrets: A Lunar Odyssey for True Adventurers
  • Moon Made: Unveiling the Advantages of Space Manufacturing on a Lunar Base

NASA is Shutting Down Maxar's $2 billion On-Orbit Refueling Project

CNBC‘s Michael Sheetz recently reported that NASA is shutting down its $2 billion satellite refueling project after contractor Maxar is criticized for poor performance.

NASA recently terminated the ambitious OSAM-1 satellite refueling project, led by Maxar Technologies, due to technical complexities and cost overruns. This highlights the persistent challenges of in-orbit servicing and the critical need for innovative solutions to maintain the long-term sustainability of space-based assets. The potential for extending the operational lifespan of valuable satellites and reducing mission costs makes developing robust on-orbit refueling capabilities imperative.

This is where the concept of the Titans Spaceplaneenters the picture, promising a more efficient and adaptable approach to on-orbit refueling.