Space Interactions

The Central Operating Platform for Space Traffic Logistics

Our Mission

To ensure future access to space for all humanity.


Space Interactions is building a safe and secure platform to improve Space Situational Awareness (SSA), Space Traffic Management (STM) and the tracking of orbital debris. The platform is uniquely designed to increase the trust, security, privacy, and traceability of data transmitted across the network. Empowering global participants with the most comprehensive data sets for collision avoidance and fleet management.

What is orbital debris and why is it a threat?

Orbital debris is any human-made object in orbit around the Earth that is either inoperable or uncontrollable. Examples of orbital debris are nonfunctional spacecraft, abandoned launch vehicle stages, mission-related debris, and fragmentation debris.

The threat presented by orbital debris lies in its intrinsic value of traveling blazingly fast. At speeds upwards of 20,000 mph, debris that is relatively small in size can provide the destructive force necessary to damage or disable an entire satellite or spacecraft.

How much debris is out there?

Statistical models estimate there are approximately:

36,500 objects >10 cm

1,000,000 objects between 1 cm & 10 cm.

Of that, Space Surveillance Networks track about:

30,000 pieces of debris.

This is not sustainable...

Our Team

Dan Schutter

CEO & Co-Founder

Irina Litchfield

Chairwoman &


Gavin Brown



De Leon

Creative Director

Michelle Lucas

Board Advisor

Justin Litchfield

Executive Technical


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