Space TV

Sen's vision is streaming real-time videos from space, providing video data and analytics as a service for space missions and planetary observations.

Space TV

Sen's vision is building the information infrastructure for space, starting with on-orbit video and analytics as a service.

Our business model is providing data as a service for space missions and for planetary observation, providing unique new video perspectives of events in space and events on Earth, the Moon and Mars. 

Our high resolution video data derivatives including our own analytics will also be valuable for government organizations and businesses monitoring and analyzing events in orbit, on Earth and on other worlds we expand to.

Multi-world data

Sen will explore space, filming worlds and events, providing valuable data for multi-world life.

Multi-world data

Once we are generating revenues from on-orbit video and analytics data, Sen will scale its service to include planetary observation, deploying our real-time video streaming platform on small satellites in deep space locations including constellations around the Moon and later Mars, telling the story of our exploration of space.

Sen’s videos and data products covering activities on the Moon and Mars will help form a valuable data infrastructure for space.

New Perspectives

Sen's original video content will provide new perspectives, changing the way we see Earth and space.

New perspectives

With video cameras deployed in multiple locations including Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (GEO), Lagrange L1, the Moon and Mars, Sen will provide multiple different perspectives of Earth, the full Earth-Moon system, the Moon, Mars and eventually the moons and planets of the outer Solar System.

We believe that capturing these unique data sets for consumers will help make space universally accessible, providing an independent media that will be vital as we become a multi-world species.

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