StageUnattributed VC | Alive
Last Raised$3.08M | 2 yrs ago
ManSat specializes in obtaining international recognition for frequency assignments at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). From filing services to customized consultancy offerings, ManSat provides comprehensive support for all aspects of the satellite spectrum filing process in the Isle of Man, London, Geneva, and around the world in support of its customers. ManSat was formerly known as Lonestar Lunar Development. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in St. Petersburg, Florida.
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Latest ManSat News
Mar 13, 2023
Lonestar Data Holdings Raises $5 Million in Effort to Establish Data Centers on the Moon Mar 13, 2023 Lonestar Data Holdings announced it has raised $5 million in seed funding for furthering its plan to establish lunar data centers. Scout Ventures led the round. Participants included Seldor Capital, 2 Future Holding, The Veteran Fund, Irongate Capital, Atypical Ventures, and KittyHawk Ventures. “We are thrilled to have completed this successful seed round and are sincerely grateful for the support and vision of our investors,” Lonestar CEO Chris Stott said. The St. Petersburg, Florida-based company is preparing to send a proof-of-concept data center to the moon later this year on Intuitive Machines’ second lunar mission, IM-2. Intuitive Machines’ first lunar mission is scheduled to launch in June on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. IM-2 is slated to follow later this year. NASA is providing funding through the Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) program for Intuitive Machines, Astrobotic, Draper and Firefly Aerospace to deliver payloads to the moon. CLPS is part of the space agency’s Artemis lunar exploration program. Lonestar’s initial data center, the size of a hardback novel, will be followed by a series of larger data centers offering data storage and edge processing. An early market for Lonestar will be disaster recovery as a service for terrestrial customers, Stott said in December during a New York Space Business Roundtable discussion. “The moon is a fantastic platform for this,” Stott said. “There is no climate, no climate change and access to renewable energy. You can build out amazing equipment up there.” While Lonestar is not focused on lunar exploration, the startup would not have been able to close its business case without the Artemis and CLPS programs, Stott said. Lonestar also intends to offer data storage and processing for commercial, government and academic lunar missions. For more information about this news, visit www.lonestarlunar.com .
ManSat Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was ManSat founded?
ManSat was founded in 1998.
Where is ManSat's headquarters?
ManSat's headquarters is located at 3840 46th Avenue South, St. Petersburg.
What is ManSat's latest funding round?
ManSat's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.
How much did ManSat raise?
ManSat raised a total of $3.08M.
Who are the investors of ManSat?
Investors of ManSat include Scout Ventures and Paradigm Ventures.
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