An  international aerospace company of a new type changing the

traditional approach to space actvities.

 From low-earth orbit development to deep space exploration.


Galaktika is a management company combining canstellation of projects in the space sphere.

We create a vertically integrated structure combining the world level expertise in key aspects of space activities.


Satellite and rocket engineering, services based on Earth Observation (EO) technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT),

and innovative materials – Galaktika operates at the forefront of space development.


Our goal is to search for new opportunities and to develop space innovations on the global market, using achievements

and great background of the Russian space industry.


The Company’s mission is to make the space accessible for the humanity.



On October 16, Galaxy and CompMechLab companies together with the Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University

signed an agreement on cooperation.


The agreement is aimed at collaboration in the construction of Factory of the Future, that will specialize in the design

and manufacture of space technology. Combining our efforts we can open the world's first digital factory for space industry.


The main goal is to begin the design, and with time deploy a cost- and time-effective production.



Alia Prokofieva, owner and president of Galaxy Group of Companies


Prior to 2016: co-owner and member of the Board of Directors of Energia (“Энергия”) Group of Companies, Member of the General Council of Delovaya Russia (“Деловая Россия”), member of the Board of Directors of Khabarovsk Krai Development Corporation.


Alia graduated from the Faculty of Management of Saint Petersburg State University with a specialization in International Marketing in 2008;

was awarded with the Master's degree in Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) with a specialization in Strategic Management, and completed Further Education course at the London School of Economics and at the HEC Business School in France in 2009.


"Our goal is to make space comfortable for the humans”



Leonardo da Vinci



«Pulsar» - IoT constellation

The project is aimed to create a telecom operator based on the company-owned low-orbit microsatellite packet constellation for the data exchange between the ground autonomous

subscribers (the so-called Internet of Things devices).

The system provides two-way exchange of data packets of 12..512 byte, at aspeed up to 500 bit/sec in real time between IoT users located everywhere on the Earth, via low-earth-orbit satellites using uniform connection standards.



Suborbital rocket «Teiya»

The main objective of the project is to significantly reduce cost of start-up services and expand the range of tasks performed suborbital rockets. Including, the holding of student experiments connected with the launching of suborbital rockets in space.

This is a great opportunity for young people to get practical experience in research and development and to demonstrate their engineering abilities in the aerospace industry.

Universal Satellite Platform

A microsatellite designer that allows, like CubeSat, collect apparatus with a mass of 50-120 kg.


Provision of services on the basis of universal satellite platform. Using different configurations

universal platform can test the platform for services - and quickly adapt to the requirements of the market.


Possible options: low-orbit communication (separate segments, such as the Internet of Things or Cospas-Sarsat signals), remote sensing resolution and high efficiency, refueling,

orbit, and so on.


In addition, on the basis of developments on the universal satellite platform, it is possible to create probes for long-range space.





The object of the project is an orbital city with population of

10 000 people.


Artificial gravity equal to the earth's gravity (1g) is created using inertia forces.


Rotation period - 1 revolution / 63 sec.


The basis of the city's concept is the project of a space colony "Stanford torus", in which significant improvements are made.



Global Space Fund

The Fund aims are to provide investors with access to fast-growing commercial segment of the space industry. Fund has a global character: two-thirds of its portfolio is devoted to countries of Europe and the CIS and 1/3 to the rest of the world.



A community of high-tech small, medium and large businesses offering products and services in space industry.


The Kosmos Foundation

The fund's activities include organization of exhibitions of modern art, scientific conferences in Russia and abroad, support of educational projects, modern literary process.


Galaktika VR

Educational VR-centers on the space profile & Educational-playing VR-centers on the space profile.

Shop and production of souvenirs and accessories for space subjects.


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