Propelling the small satellite revolution

High-performance Hall-effect propulsion systems to power your mission.

Simple spacecraft command interface: ‘Fire-and-forget,’ or monitor detailed telemetry.

In-house manufacturing and testing for mass production and economical pricing.

Thruster Configurator

Input your mission requirements – Delta V and spacecraft mass or total impulse – and see what an Aurora system looks like for your vehicle.  Download custom slides for your spacecraft.

Design your custom system
Meet the Orbion Team

Orbion’s engineers have built 100s of space hardware components that are flying all over the solar system.

Orbion’s expertise

Your small-satellite constellation has an important mission. Let Orbion’s Aurora propulsion system add value to your architecture:

Better data

Increase image quality by operating at lower orbit altitudes; improve GSD and NIIRS ratings to stay ahead of the competition.  Better signal-to-noise for SAR missions.

Lower costs

Dramatically decrease launch costs by reducing propellant mass needed for on-orbit maneuvers.

Fewer launches

Extend satellite lifetime by using efficient drag compensation and reducing required replacement launches.


Hitch a low-cost ride to space, then use on-board propulsion to deliver your satellite to destination orbit.

Our propulsion system at-a-glance

The Orbion Aurora is a fully integrated Hall-effect propulsion system, including thruster, power processing unit, propellant management assembly, and electrical harnessing. The system is designed from the ground-up to be an affordable, reliable, mass-producible product. Aurora is a workhorse you can trust for your in-space maneuvers.

Our AS9100D certified assembly and acceptance testing ensures the highest quality control—whether your application requires 1 or 1,000 units.


View details and specifications about the Orbion Aurora system.


Design a propulsion system that meets your mission requirements and download custom slides.



Partner with us as we redefine what’s possible using small satellite technology.

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