About the Space Ventures Coalition

The Space Ventures Coalition

SVC brings government, industry, entrepreneurs and investors together to explore early stage technology opportunities. SVC identifies early-stage commercial and research technologies and helps create pathways for mission infusion and commercialization. SVC interests includes software, hardware, materials, information technology, visualization, cloud computing, robotics, cyber, new manufacturing techniques, and any technology with potential application to space. 


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Download our Prospectus to learn more about the Space Ventures Coalition and how we serve the Aerospace innovation community.



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Who We Are

The SVC consists of a partnership between The Aerospace Corporation, The NASA Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL), and The RAND Corporation, with an affiliation of supporters and interested parties from across government, industry, academia and the venture community.

What We Do

We collaborate with universities and startups to expose them to commercial and government space programs and connect them with resources such as partners, mentors, customers and investors.  We are interested in software, hardware, materials and new manufacturing techniques with potential application to the space industry.

Why We Do It

Universities and startups need help commercializing their IP while the government and industry need help connecting to non-traditional (innovative) communities. SVC is a mechanism to achieve both those goals. By combining our efforts across government and industry to identify and evaluate emerging technologies, we can better scale the effort and enable more funding with better insight that will result in improved success for the US space industry.  


Participating Institutions

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