With state-of-the-art optical technologies, Share My Space aims to build and maintain the largest space debris catalogue ever made. Thanks to our proprietary network of 4 Multi-telescope Observation Stations, (MTOS) deployed in 4 locations around the globe, we will reach 150 000 objects, which represents six times the current knowledge of space debris, within a 4 years time frame.
The Multi-Telescope Observation Station (MTOS) is based on a sophisticated rotating system. With only 4 telescopes, we perform continuous 360° observation survey. Every single object passing through the night sky is detected and its orbit accurately estimated.
Spurred from collaboration with top Optics research centers, Share My Space MTOS are equiped with proprietary designed WMS1000 telescopes, enabling unmatched detection treshold of under 5cm for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) objects.
Learn more about MTOS performances in our paper published at AMOS conference 2021
The MTOS infrastructure is particularly adapted for institutions and space agencies aiming to create or improve their national Space Situational Awareness capabilities. Cost efficient, easy to deploy and with a much lower energy consumption than RADAR-based systems, our infrastructure allow to play on the entire value chain from data capture to orbital database processing and maintenance. We believe MTOS is a must have to democratize and decentralize SSA data production. It is a critical building block towards a global, independant and truly sustainable Space Trafic Management.