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Pioneering the Future
of Global Weather Forecasting

With Tomorrow-R1 and Tomorrow-R2, the world’s first commercial weather radar satellites now in orbit, is set to revolutionize global weather forecasting. Our first-of-its-kind constellation will democratize access to weather data, empowering organizations to navigate an increasingly unpredictable weather and climate landscape.

Unveiling an Unprecedented Look at Earth’s Atmosphere

Our radar technology, now actively operational on our Pathfinder satellites, provides unparalleled global precipitation coverage. The future deployments of additional radar satellites and our microwave sounders will enhance these capabilities, recording additional precipitation measurements, vital atmospheric temperature profiles, water vapor profiles, and offering additional precipitation data proxies. Together, these technologies form the backbone of our cutting-edge weather forecasting system.

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The Global Radar Gap

More than 70 years after radar was invented, more than 5 billion people still live outside of weather radar coverage making even the most basic forecasts a dream for the vast majority of humanity.

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The World’s First Space-Based Commercial Weather Network

With successful launches under our belt, our breakthrough Low-Earth-Orbit constellation will:


  • Combine radar and microwave sounder technology
  • Record high-accuracy direct measurements
  • Offer unprecedented refresh rates for timely forecasts
  • Cover the entire globe, reaching everyone, everywhere
  • Monitor oceans and seas with precision

Development and Launch Timeline

Watch the Story Behind This Historic Mission

In 2016, three students set out to conquer the world’s wildest force – the weather.

Nearly a decade later, this group of industry newcomers has launched a revolution in the weather and climate industry.

Our Space Team

Science and Engineering Leadership

John Springmann, PhD

SVP of Space and Sensors

Kristina Hloptsidis

VP of Operations and Regulatory
Spaceflight Inc.

James Carswell, PhD

Chief Architect, ARENA
Remote Sensing Solutions

Richard Roy, PhD

Principal Scientist

Space and Sensors
NASA Jet Propulsion Lab

Shaun Luther

Lead Systems Engineer
General Atomics

Mauricio Barbetty, PhD

Principal Radar Systems Engineer

Our Advisory Team

All-star advisory team with deep understanding of weather and space across government, defense and academia

Kerri Cahoy, PhD

Director, MIT STAR Lab
Co-Director, MIT Small Satellite Center
NASA and Stanford University

Steve Smith

Former NASA Astronaut 
and Lead Spacewalker
Director, International Space 
Station US National Laboratory

Rear Admiral Tim Gallaudet, 
PhD US Navy (Ret)

Former NOAA Deputy Administrator
Former Commander, US Navy Meteorology & Oceanography Command

Marshall Shepherd, PhD

Director, University of Georgia Atmospheric Sciences Program
Elected to National Academy of Engineering; Former AMS President

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