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Pioneering satellite-enabled solutions


Fleet Satellite Constellation

Pioneering satellite-enabled solutions globally

It all started with an idea – which became Australia’s first Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellation of satellites.

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Our Expanding Satellite Constellation

Fleet’s satellite infrastructure – the bedrock to our innovative solutions – is transforming space exploration, defence, and mineral discovery. From powering our exploration technology, Exosphere, to delivering ultra-efficient connectivity, our satellite constellation is unlocking new capabilities globally.


A Historical Moment

A Fleet satellite
Proxima 1  |  2
In 2018, Fleet Space launched its first two satellites - Proxima 1 and Proxima 2 - aboard Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket, marking Australia’s first commercial nanosatellites in orbit.
A fleet satellite
Centauri 1 | 2
Shortly after in 2018, Fleet Space launched a pair of 3U nanosatellites called Centauri 1 and Centauri 2 aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9 SSO–A mission from the Vandenberg Air Force base in California.
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A Historical Moment

In 2018, Fleet launched Australia’s first four commercial satellites into LEO.

Proxima 1  |  Proxima 2
Centauri 1  |  Centauri 2
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The Future of Fleet

Our Next-gen Satellites


Introducing Centauri Satellites

Centauri 3
In 2021, Fleet Space launched its fifth nanosatellite, Centauri 3, on Rocket Lab’s ‘They Go Up So Fast’ mission. Centauri 3 leveraged a next-gen payload design, enhancing data capacity and throughput.
Centauri 4
Later in 2021, Centauri 4, Fleet Space’s sixth commercial satellite was launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral. Centauri 4’s design enhanced radiation mitigation, comms links to Fleet’s Ground station, and extended S-band range.
Centauri 5 | 6
In 2022, Fleet Space’s Centauri 5 satellite was launched, bringing advanced beam forming technology, more data capacity, and the world’s first 3D printed patch antennas. Then came Centauri 6, launched on SpaceX's Bandwagon-1 mission - delivering greater uplink capacity and more resilient data transfer to help service global demand for Fleet Space's mineral exploration solution, ExoSphere.
A Fleet satellite in space over the earth

Centauri: A Bright Future

In the near future, we will launch our next-gen Centauri satellites – leveraging the latest advances and capabilities to build revolutionary satellite-enabled solutions for clients around the world.

Pioneering New Techniques for Satellite Manufacturing

We utilise advanced manufacturing techniques and 3D printing to streamline prototyping and production of our growing satellite constellation. Fleet’s next-gen Centauri satellites, built with 3D printed parts, demonstrate an efficient and scalable roadmap for future satellite manufacturing.

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