Thermal management for space applications is critical with onboard electronics facing harsh environments in vacuum.

Satellite and Space


Recent successes in commercial space programs have reignited people's imagination about exploration of space and the universe beyond our own solar system. Most notably is the SpaceX Falcon 9 booster settling onto a landing barge after successfully launching a cargo ship to the International Space Station (ISS) in April 2016. Furthermore, low-orbit communication satellite constellations are planned by SpaceX, OneWeb, and other private companies. These satellites aim to connect billions of mobile users and tens of billions of IoT devices in the next few years. Space communication and exploration is highly important to visionaries like Facebook, Google, SpaceX and Qualcomm.


Thermal management for space applications is mission critical. Space electronics face harsh thermal environments in vacuum. They are exposed to severe shock, vibration, and extreme temperature swings throughout the duration of flight operation. The weight and volume of cooling solutions is the most important constraint in space applications. KULR’s solution offers superior mass and weight advantages with its carbon fiber architecture for a variety of space applications. In fact, KULR’s technology has its beginnings in the space industry having won over 30 contracts with NASA including providing thermal management solutions used in the Mars Rover and Mercury Messenger.

Thermal management for space applications is mission critical. Space electronics face harsh thermal environments in vacuum. They are exposed to severe shock, vibration, and extreme temperature swings throughout the duration of flight operation. The weight and volume of cooling solutions is the most important constraint in space applications. KULR’s solution offers superior mass and weight advantages with its carbon fiber architecture for a variety of space applications. In fact, KULR’s technology has its beginnings in the space industry having won over 30 contracts with NASA including providing thermal management solutions used in the Mars Rover and Mercury Messenger.