A space mining start-up backed with decades of industry experience and strategic partnerships.
We are leading the way in space mining by focusing on gas production to produce resources that will sustain life on the Moon and other planets along with producing Helium-3 for use in Medical and Energy industries on Earth.
We will produce resources responsibly with minimal disruption to the Lunar surface and without pollution, we will own and operate all mining and related vehicles and will operate with a 100% commitment to safety for all involved.
Our partnerships with customers and suppliers is what strengthens our purpose and enables us to contribute to human progress.
Shareholder returns is the #1 strategy (after safety), by achieving this we have achieved our purpose and have a commercially viable business with ongoing success.
Performance is important to our Under promise and Over deliver strategy, leading the way forward for resource mining is a tough challenge however achievable with our advanced mining technology.
Continued R&D will play a strong part in the companies continued growth which will enable us to remain at the forefront of space mining with new and innovative technologies ahead of the current time.
Meet the Advisers
"A strong team is important, we have created one of the strongest teams in the space mining sector which have real world experience rivaled to any other space mining company."
Mechanical Engineering (Mining & Design)
Joshua Letcher has experience working in various operational and technical roles within the African and Australian mining industry. He was the founder of Allotropes Diamonds and was responsible for its acquisition by Newfield Resources (ASX:NWF) and the Co-Founder of Mirrorplex Ltd, an exploration company exploring and developing lithium resources for battery production. As chief executive of Allotropes and Mirrorplex, Mr Letcher was responsible for the development of the projects from exploration to trial mining. Mr Letcher also served in the Royal Australian Navy as a Submariner and trained as a mechanical engineer.
MARY JARDINE CLARKE
Government & Public Relations
A Business Development and Government Relations professional of over 25years in predominantly the international defence and space industry sectors. Having lived and worked in Europe, Canada and South East Asia, Mary brings a wealth of experience across cultural and strategic sectors as a professionally registered Australian and EU government and industry lobbyist and is the Founder and President of the West Australian European Business Association (WAEBA). Mary has represented European space industry interests in Australia for over ten years with a focus on launch and spaceport services. As the Government and Public Relations Advisor to Space Industries, her goal is to develop a Western Australian launch facility to service Space Industries Lunar mining missions and other projects.
Guidance, Navigation & Control (GNC)
George specialises in flight Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC), vehicle dynamics, and systems engineering for high integrity systems. George has a Bachelor of Engineering in mechatronics and Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of New South Wales.
Geologist (Exploration & Mining)
Richard brings over 32 years of experience in mineral exploration and mining in the gold and diamond sectors, primarily in Southern, Central (DRC) and West Africa (Sierra Leone), Nambia, Zimbabwe and South America (Brazil, British Guyana and Venezuela). Richard was appointed as a Fellow of The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (FAusIMM) in 2014 and is a competent person (CP) for JORC, NI 43-101 and SAMREC securities reporting. Richard is also a member of The Australian Geological Society (TAGS) and the author and co-author of seven publications in respected geological journals (available on request).
Mechanical Engineering (Aerodynamics)
Naren is an innovator, space enthusiast and enthusiastic about exploring the development of new technologies to solve meaningful problems. Naren is an experienced Mechanical engineer specializing in new product development, innovation management and R&D. He is a motivated self-starter and skilled in business planning & strategy and business development. Naren holds a master’s degree (in Aerodynamics & CFD) from University of Southampton and an MBA (specializing in Entrepreneurship and innovation) from University of Western Australia (UWA).
Mechanical Engineering (Nuclear)
Peter Hu has a Master degree in mechanical engineering and worked for leading energy company's, Areva and Sembcorp . He has more than 10 years’ mechanical engineering experience In Nuclear power and oil & gas and has been involved in many iconic projects globally, such as the largest EPR nuclear power plant and the largest oil processing platforms in the world. Peter currently serves as Director at Beta Energy, an Australian local renewable energy company which is mainly in large scale solar project installation and renewable energy development.
Andrew is a partner in the commercial law firm Hotchkin Hanly Lawyers with over 30 years’ experience in commercial matters. As well as his law degree, Andrew holds a BSc, and has retained his interest in, and passion for science and technology. Andrew’s experience is varied, having worked for private law firms (including premier national Australian firms), government and in-house (for BT Ignite in London), with experience covering the resources, mining services, technology and telecommunications, financial services, property and construction sectors. Andrew is excited to be able to bring this wide experience and passion for science and innovation to bear in realising the opportunities of this future industry. Andrew is also a member of the advisory board of Savic Motorcycles, an Australian company developing an electric motorcycle, due to launch in late 2019.
Commercial Space Law
Donna Lawler is a Co-Founder and Principal at Azimuth Advisory and is a member of the International Institute of Space Lawyers. She is an experienced commercial lawyer specialising in complex transactions in the space and telecommunications industries. Over almost twenty years in the satellite industry she has been an advisor to a range of commercial space organisations, including operators of cubesats, established operators of geo-stationary satellites and launch services providers. In particular, she has had key involvement in the build, launch and insurance programmes for six geo-stationary satellites on behalf of Optus and its parent company SingTel.
Chemical Engineering (Mining)
Derrick is a graduate of Chemical Engineering from Curtin University of Western Australia and has specialized in processing plant design agglomeration and heat exchanger process for Bayer process of alumina refinery. Derrick has worked as an R&D Engineer under associate professor on natural gas process simplification via catalyst. He was involved in the latest state of the art Lanthanum based Perovskite Catalyst and its application on methane gas synthesis. Derrick currently holds a Directorship and is an owner of Beta Energy, an Australian renewable energy company and successfully completed numerous large scale renewable energy project.
RYAN WILSON (Petty Officer RAN)
Mechanical Engineering (Systems)
Ryan has currently served in the Royal Australian Navy for 11 years and holds the rank of Petty Officer, Ryan has vast experience working with Collins Class submarines and specialised in refrigeration & air conditioning and hydraulics & phenmatic systems on Collins class submarines. Mr Wilson holds the qualification of marine system manager (msm) which puts him in charge of engineering spaces on-board submarines. Mr Wilson is also currently involved in the systems design process for the new A$50 billion Royal Australian Navy Attack-Class submarines.