On Feb 22nd 2017 SATINS notified Space Unbound with an official cease and desist order to stop all future marketing, calling for a review of the issues effecting the campaign and Space Unbound's marketing program.
SATINS objectives and position as project lead for the eclipse program and the program itself were not properly represented in articles released by Space Unbound. Interviews given by Space Unbound CEO did not focus on the SATINS core message for the Eclipse project resulting in confusion and lack of public interest with the Space Unbound Kickstarter campaign. Marketing materials and information provided to Space Unbound by SATINS were ignored.
Due to Space Unbound's inability to meet specific milestones for the Eclipse manned flight project that was to be launched on August 21st 2017 SATINS officially dissolved its partnership with Space Unbound.
The SATINS team is committed to moving forward with our goals of providing high altitude flights for students, teachers, and researchers, and we are still committed to our attempts at launching a manned flight during the 2017 Solar Eclipse. More information will be available in the coming months.
SATINS Has Officially Dissolved It's Partnership With Space Unbound
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This page was last updated: March 6, 2017
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