Fractional Ownership of
Space Assets

As Space exploration increases so does the possibility of new streams of revenue. This expansion is what we like to call the New Space Economy. Much like a rental property, a person can buy a piece of a space object and collect a portion of the revenue that that space object generates. 



Fractional ownership is a percentage ownership in an asset


Rise in demand for high-resolution imaging services globally 



In recent years, there has been substantial growth in demand for small satellites all around the world. According to, more than 2,900 nanosatellites have been launched into Earth's orbit as of January 2021. Companies are launching constellations of small satellites namely nanosatellites or microsatellites into Earth's orbit for applications including earth observation and telecommunications, such as high-speed space-based internet services. For instance, Sateliot, a nanosatellite and telecommunications operator headquartered in Spain, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the European Space Agency (ESA) in January 2020 to research, develop, and deploy novel space-capable technologies, goods, and services leveraging 5G. The business plans to spend about $118.8 million to launch a constellation of 20 nanosatellites for hybrid terrestrial space networks, 5G network design, spectrum management, and spectrum exchange. Several countries across the globe are collaborating with small satellite manufacturers for satellite imaging. For instance, in 2020, Space-SI, Slovenia's Centre of Excellence for Space Sciences and Technologies, launched the country's first microsatellite, NEMO-HD, carrying a multispectral high-definition Earth observation equipment in collaboration with Space Flight Laboratory. This device records high-definition video at a rate of 25 frames per second. This satellite's video data and images will be utilized to monitor forestry, agricultural, urban growth, and marine transport.

-Allied Market Research

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