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Forum:Hardware & Flown Items
Topic:Uplift Aerospace Constellation Vault on ISS
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Uplift is one of over thirty companies that have signed agreements for the Orbital Reef Space station and will participate in an unprecedented effort to expand humanity's presence beyond the surface of the Earth. The companies participating with the Orbital Reef were highlighted at the Sierra Space exhibit at CES 2022, and per the project's website, "Orbital Reef space station will be the premier mixed-use space station in low Earth orbit for commerce, research, and tourism". As the next frontier for humanity, Orbital Reef will support microgravity research, development, and manufacturing in service of all participating nations, companies, and peoples of the world.

The commercial and scientific advances that will result from this next frontier in exploration will become integrated into broader society over the coming decades, with the new discoveries made on Orbital Reef impacting all aspects of life, science, and industry. Uplift Aerospace is privileged to be pioneering new technologies and infrastructural systems to support the new economy between space and Earth with an estimated market value in the trillions of dollars.

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