Mission Space


With the upcoming solar maximum, Mission Space is focused on providing highly accurate space weather radiation intelligence using a combination of outside data sources and its own detectors in low Earth orbit. Mission Space's proprietary constellation of LEO-based detectors and dedicated analytics form the in-situ data collecting infrastructure, capable of proving unique space weather services on-demand.

Mission Space API-driven space weather cloud services enable both space and ground-based businesses to measure the potential impacts and risks of solar and geomagnetic storms. Based in Luxembourg, the company builds an integrated risk assessment platform, designed to serve as a decision support tool to detect, predict and warn about solar storms and space radiation risks.


Mission Space provides on-demand space weather analytics and data services tailored to predicting and forecasting radiation risks on specific assets in space and on the ground. The first own payload AURORA-1 will be launched in 2023, marking the first commercial mission to monitor the full spectrum of space weather radiation from LEO.

With the subscription to our platform, Mission Space provides access to a user-oriented decision support tool to safely manage the risks of space weather, reduce uncertainties and boost resilience needed for a sustainable future in space:

  • Near real-time monitoring and forecasting of space weather conditions and events;
  • Accurate short-term warnings of coronal mass ejection arrivals
  • Interactive space weather data displays via APIs
  • Tailored risk assessment tools and alerts to determine proper mitigation actions


Mission Space is building a satellite-based space weather intelligence system using a combination of its own in-situ measurements, publicly available data, and proprietary model algorithms with the underlying dynamical model of near-earth radiation environment as the basis for forecasting and nowcasting.

With the payload instrumental set consisting of several independent devices launched on polar LEO orbits, Mission Space turns outdated and costly raw data processes into real-time, actionable insights. Mission Space offers a user-oriented high-accuracy short-term forecast, localized products for different orbits, and custom infrastructure-specific hazard warning gathering own data on fluxes of charged particles in the inner magnetosphere, which will be used to monitor critical space weather parameters.


- Satellite operators and manufacturers

- Space Agencies

- Insurance

- Space Traffic Management platforms

- Government structures

- Research and Institutional organizations

- Defense and Military

- Space tourism and space exploration missions

- Aviation Industry

- GNSS operators


Space Weather Detecting Payloads

AURORA-1 IOD mission to be launched in 2023 will mark the world’s first commercial mission to monitor the full spectrum of space weather parameters on LEO. Mission Space will be measuring highly energetic particles of protons and electrons that will enhance their dynamical model of the near-Earth radiation environment and enable the release of space-based radiation forecasting and risk assessment purposes.

Space Weather Cloud Services

Mission Space’s space weather cloud services enable space and ground-based businesses to measure the potential impacts and evaluate the risks of space storms on their specific assets. Mission Space also helps to close the gaps between space weather research and actionable applications for consumers and users, which would enable actionable insights and support timely decision-making.


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