Company Profile

Blueshift LLC
Profile last edited on: 6/23/2022      CAGE: 80PA5      UEI: JX78FHVFSHY3

Business Identifier: Critical technologies for extraterrestrial mining and manufacturing
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Location Information

575 Burbank Street Unit G
Broomfield, CO 80020
   (303) 953-0297
Location: Single
Congr. District: 02
County: Broomfield

Public Profile

Blueshift, LLC is an engineering research firm structured around space resource extraction and utilization with particular focus on developing the technologies necessary to extract water and other valuable resources from the lunar surface, using local resources to make tools, equipment, and structures without needing to launch these materials from Earth. Technologies under development include a mobile solar concentrator for producing very high, controlled temperatures (2,000+ C) and software to simulate soil-wheel interactions at the lunar poles. Additional testing is being performed to enble 3D printing on the Moon and extracting oxygen from extraterrestrial soils. The Blueshift approach is to have parallel work ongoing for lunar application with commercial applications on Earth to address the needs of remote and/or underserved communities.

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Most Recent SBIR Projects

Year Phase Agency Total Amount
2022 1 NASA $156,476
Project Title: Lunar Articulating Mirror Array
2022 1 NASA $156,443
Project Title: Solar On-orbit Welder for Assembly, Repair, and Manufacturing
2022 1 NASA $156,045
Project Title: Feed and Removal of Regolith for Oxygen Extraction
2022 2 NASA $921,820
Project Title: Sintering End Effector for Regolith
2021 2 NASA $884,814
Project Title: Modeling Rover Interactions with Lunar Regolith in Permanently Shadowed Regions

Key People / Management

  Andrew Timon Brewer -- Co-Founder & Principal Research Engineer

  Alan Carter

  Ryan Garvey -- Founder & Principal Research Scientist

  Nima Goudarzi

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