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About Our Company

Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. is a technology startup dealing with the subject of space mining and energy transformation. We strive for a green transformation of the mining industry through the use of space resources. The company designs technologies for the needs of future deep space missions, in particular the exploration and exploration of the Moon's resources, developing unique technological and business solutions enabling the construction of transport and mining infrastructure on the lunar surface. It has competences in the field of space technologies, robotics, automation, and technological scouting. As a registered space mining lobbyist, the company successfully lobbied for Poland's accession to the international NASA Artemis Accords agreement. The company operates on the Polish and American market as USN Solar Sky Mining LLC ( - joint venture company of US Nuclear Corp. & Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o.

Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o.

Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o.

December 20

Involvement in the development of orbital energy

From December 2021 Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. starts lobbying for the development of space energy (SBSP – Space Based Solar Power) in Poland and Europe and the launch of the European program for building orbital energy stations.

October 26

Poland joins the Artemis Accords agreement

Poland joins the Artemis Accords agreement on 16th October 2021. The first great lobbying success of Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o., which significantly contributed to launching discussions in Poland on accession to this agreement through its active activities at the turn of 2020/21.

September 8

Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. and Partners Shortlisted for Next Phase in ‘Charge On’ Electric Truck Innovation Challenge

A consortium of 4 technology companies initiated by Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. has been placed on the shortlist of selected companies for the 2nd stage of the ChargeOn Innovation Challenge competition. ChargeOn Innovation Challenge competition attracted massive global attention, with more than 350 vendors registering their interest from 21 countries, and more than 80 applications submitted from the best engineering companies in the world. Of the 80 applications submitted, 21 have been shortlisted to proceed to the 2d phase. Although the consortium initiated and coordinated by Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. did not make it to the final stage, it was a great distinction, and the consortium was among the best engineering companies in the world, competing with such powerhouses as ABB, Siemens, Shell.

August 9

Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. and partners enter the ChargeOn Innovation Challenge competition

Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. initiates and coordinates the activities of a consortium of 4 technology companies that enter the prestigious global ChargeOn Innovation Challenge competition organized by Austmine, the aim of which was to decarbonize the mining industry by electrifying the fleet of mining trucks.

June 9

US Nuclear Copr invest in Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o.

On June 4, 2021, US Nuclear (OTCQB: UCLE) signed an agreement to take a 5% stake in Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o., thus advancing US Nuclear’s portfolio of high-tech startups. Taking into account all the details of the transaction, US Nuclear Corp. stock prices and the USD/PLN currency pair conversio ratio at this time, the finalization of the transaction increased the value of Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. more than 700 times !!! Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. is an example of the potential of companies implementing highly advanced technological projects.


Key Facts

Over 80 times cost reduction

of the launch of the rocket into Low Earth Orbit (LEO) since 1980. Once Starship is established, 50 further cost reductions are expected. This is as if a $ 320k luxury car got cheaper to $ 8k and then $ 160. The door to space has been opened.

Space 4.0 and Space 2.0

Currently, not only the richest government agencies of the largest economic powers can operate in space. Today even students launch their devices into space. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of space companies in the world. This new era of exploration has been named by NASA as Space 2.0 and by ESA as Space 4.0.

366 B$/y space sector

The current value of the space sector is $ 366 billion per year (2019 data), of which $ 271 billion is the satellite technology market. The space sector is dynamically developing and accelerating more and more. The completion of the mega satellite constellation, the Starship vehicle, the NASA Artemis program and space mining will greatly accelerate this growth.

200 B$ lunar water market

Mega satellite constellations under construction. They will be composed of several to tens of thousands of small satellites. Most of the projects will be completed within a few years from today. It is estimated that 20-25% of satellites in mega constellations each year will have to be replaced for various reasons, as reflected in the business models. The main reason - the exhaustion of fuel for maneuvering engines. Being able to refuel them in orbit means savings in the billions. For this purpose and for refueling spacecraft, fuel obtained from water from ice contained in lunar craters will be used. The lunar water market (according to the WGM report) for the next 30 years is $ 200 billion.

600 M tons of ice in 40 craters

A NASA radar aboard India's Chandrayaan-I lunar orbiter found 40 craters, ranging in size from 1 to 9 miles across, with pockets of ice. Scientists estimate at least 600 million tons of ice could be entombed in these crater, and other higher-end estimates say one billion metric tons is a possibility.

1/3 annual GDP of all mankind

The platinum group metals that are needed for the development of modern technology (specialist metal alloys, electronics, etc.) are running out of shortages on Earth. These resources are abundant in space - they are found on the Moon, Mars and asteroids. Some asteroids are large in size. The value of one of such giants was estimated at 1/3 of the annual GDP of all mankind. Small asteroids can also be very valuable. For example, the price of 1 ton of platinum is $ 27 M (the price at the end of Q3 2020).

100 B$ per one person on Earth

In 2018, on one of NASA's subpages, there was a sensational information that there may be space resources worth 100 billion dollars per one person on Earth. No one really knows how much raw material is in space, so NASA quickly withdrew this information. Even if the estimate is incorrect by several orders of value, these are still unimaginable amounts and sums of money.

Up to 1,8 M space mining workers

Until 2040, from 845,000 to 1.8 million will be working full-time in mining - the report of the Luxembourg Space Agency ("Opportunities for space resources utilization future markets & value chains" - chapter Socio impact).

Basic technology available

The technology needed for the exploration of the Moon and Mars exploration and colonization was already available in the 1970s. Most of the solutions used in space mining will be based on those known from terrestrial mining. Improvements will be in materials, electronics (demanding space environment), and especially in robotics and system autonomy. The devices will be improved in terms of reliability, operational and economic efficiency.

Our offer

Moon Element 164

For decades, scientists have been predicting that there may be an island of stability allowing the existence of stable isotopes with an atomic number Z = 164 (164 protons in the nucleus, for example uranium has only 92 protons). Recent reports suggest that some asteroids may contain superheavy elements:     

The heaviest known element Osmium (Z = 76, 76 protons in the nucleus) has a density of 22.5 to 22.6 g/cm³. While conducting literature studies, we found asteroids with anomalously high density (e.g. 33 Polyhymnia - density 75.28 g/cm³; Ludmilla 73.9 g/cm³; Atala 47.92 g/cm³; De Sitter 450 g/cm³). Of course, this may be a measurement error, which is why we also plan to cooperate with astronomers.    

The chance of analyzing in a reasonable time what is inside the asteroid (which can be up to several kilometers in diameter) and distant from Earth is almost zero. However, some of these asteroids may have crashed onto the moon's surface, exposing the contents inside. 

Our company wants to launch a project to search for element 164 based on scientific methods. We want to gather a team of physicists to model the properties of element 164, including its spectroscopic lines, which will give us information on how to search for it, and then organize space missions to search for it on the Moon.

If you want to know more and support our project, visit the websites of our crowdfounding campaign and follow information about progress on our social media:

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IBAN account number: PL46 1140 2004 0000 3802 8054 7975 
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Recipient adress: 77/222 SZLAK STREET, 31-153 KRAKOW, POLAND 
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Phone: +48 606-714-174