ThinkSpace is an operations and innovation consulting group that supports cutting edge missions aboard the ISS, and organizations with a mission to do good here on our planet.
We Are On A Mission
ThinkSpace supports purpose-driven organizations seeking to advance social equity, global medical care, or environmental responsibility.
Our clients’ goals extend beyond profits to focus on the positive impact their work has on people and our planet.
Our Core Beliefs
Space is an invaluable scientific asset that remains largely untapped by many industries.
It is the responsibility of every industry to care sustainably for our planet and equitably for our people.
ThinkSpace is the how to your ambitious why.
From strategy to operations, ThinkSpace’s mission consulting services have helped Fortune 100 companies, startups, and research institutions achieve their missions.
Working in partnership with Google Street View Special Collects, we Captured the entirety of the International Space Station (ISS) in high-resolution, 360-degree, imagery to create a comprehensive visual tour of the International Space Station. This project was done in partnership with NASA, ESA, JAXA, Roscosmos, and CASIS.
People Love Art
ThinkSpace partnered and invested in a new venture, People Love Art, as their technology and business consultant. People Love Art is a brand that both celebrates artists with disabilities as well as establishes a platform on which to unite a community and their collective efforts for meaningful change. ThinkSpace developed mission, brand, and marketing strategies as well as assisted in initial LLC & sales tax filings and developed their e-commerce site.
Our collaboration with then startup Orbit Fab saw them become the first private company to supply water to the ISS. This critical first mission for Orbit Fab demonstrated proof of concept for in-orbit liquid transfer, paving the way for the launch of refueling stations in Low Earth Orbit.
German Aerospace Center
Partnering with the German Aerospace Center (DLR), we have created an interactive three dimensional map of absorbed radiation dose using data from a variety of active and passive dosimeters in the Columbus module of the ISS.