Space Micro, powered by Voyager Space, is an engineering-driven business focused on technology advancement for high-reliability space subsystems. Our hard-earned reputation is based on innovative, cost-effective, high-performance communications, digital, and electro-optic systems, as well as our ability to leverage commercial technologies to meet military and space requirements.

Space Micro was acquired by Voyager Space in 2022, and is one of Voyager's seven independently operating companies focused on the space industry.

Founded in 2002, Space Micro marks David Strobel and David Czajkowski's second entrepreneurial venture following the sale of their first company, Space Electronics, Inc., to Maxwell Technologies. Their dauntless determination and enthusiasm have fueled Space Micro's engineering of game-changing technologies, such as the µLCT™ Laser Communication Terminal, Nanocom™ Software Defined Radio and Proton600K Multi-Core Space Processor.

Our flawless space flight heritage of millions of hours, helps us support aerospace primes, government and civil agencies, commercial entities and New Space ventures around the globe.

A few of our firsts and other notable accomplishments:

Our first computer and image-processing subsystem in space (2006) was within 4 years of our founding in 2002
Our first advanced Software Defined Radios (SDRs) were developed for, and flown on, NASA IRIS, LADEE, and TESS
We've delivered four spacecraft (3U CubeSats) with RF payloads for multiple DoD customers
We are a key supplier to many lunar missions ranging from NASA LADEE, Google Lunar X Prize (Beresheet), and NASA Artemis programs
And a major first… we have the world's highest data rate Laser Communications Terminal in orbit