We are thrilled to release our brand-new website where you can find all the information you need about our services, educational resources such as whitepapers, case studies and some cute video animations as well as the latest news about Kepler! The new site will continuously evolve as our business evolves, and we always welcome feedback from the community for how to improve. 


Needless to say, we want you to explore it and share it with other people who might be looking for the services we offer or those who just think tiny satellites are something neat. 


The network page contains information about our unique constellation and the technology used in our Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites. Under the company section of the website, you can find out more about Kepler, the latest blog posts and news as well as multiple media resources such as images and videos. Don’t forget to visit the FAQ page under Services for further details on our technology and services.


Since forming the company, we have identified a number of existing needs and gaps in connectivity around the globe, and what satellites and space technology can do to address these gaps. As well, we’ve become acutely aware of how little the world knows about space technologies, and how much work remains to educate and promote the industry and companies like Kepler. 


The LEO small satellite industry has undergone a tremendous growth over the past years, with launches growing 30% year-over-year. And yet still, the advantages of small satellites to traditional satellites are largely overlooked or unknown. 


At Kepler, we consider it our jobs to raise awareness about the benefits of space technology, and share with others what space can do to impact everyday lives. For this reason, we intend our new website not only to serve to inform customers and partners of how we can create value but also as a forum to educate. 


We have some great things planned ahead for our new site! This includes a learning hub to share videos and other creative content, as well as other educational tools for others to enjoy the wonders of space. 

Stay tuned for more, and don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter for monthly updates! 

Victoria Alberto
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