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INTERORBITAL SYSTEMS NEPTUNE Modular Rocket Series Launch Report and Manifest Update Presenter: Randa Milliron, INTERORBITAL SYSTEMS NEPTUNE Modular Rocket Series Launch Report and Manifest Update Presenter: Randa Milliron, CEO/Co. Founder, Interorbital Systems SPRSA Rideshare Conference, Pasadena, California, June 11, 2014 Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

IOS FACILITIES Low-Altitude Flight Test Area: FAR IOS Static Engine Test Site: Mojave Spaceport IOS FACILITIES Low-Altitude Flight Test Area: FAR IOS Static Engine Test Site: Mojave Spaceport Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

KEY ROCKET HARDWARE BUILT IN-HOUSE Advanced Composites including state-of-the-art lightweight propellant tanks Advanced Guidance KEY ROCKET HARDWARE BUILT IN-HOUSE Advanced Composites including state-of-the-art lightweight propellant tanks Advanced Guidance Hardware and Software Ablative Rocket Engines and Components Modular Rocket Components Small Satellites: Tube. Sat and Cube. Sat Kits Rocket Injectors, Valves Systems, and Other Metal Components Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

COMMON PROPULSION MODULE (CPM) -- Basic building block of the N-Series Rockets -- Bi-propellant COMMON PROPULSION MODULE (CPM) -- Basic building block of the N-Series Rockets -- Bi-propellant storable, hypergolic liquid rocket system -- Blowdown propellant feed -- State-of-the-art, all-composite propellant tanks -- Single gimballed rocket engine -- CPMs clustered together in multiples to meet mission requirements for both small and large payloads Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

CPM TEST VEHICLE PRE-FLIGHT AND LAUNCH Statistics -- Length: 29. 5 ft (9. 0 CPM TEST VEHICLE PRE-FLIGHT AND LAUNCH Statistics -- Length: 29. 5 ft (9. 0 m) -- Diameter: 2. 1 ft (0. 64 m) -- Weight Loaded: 1, 200 lbs (544 kg) -- Engine Thrust (SL): 7, 500 lbs (33, 360 n) Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

CPM TEST VEHICLE Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com CPM TEST VEHICLE Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

CPM TEST VEHICLE LAUNCH: ROCKET TV Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com CPM TEST VEHICLE LAUNCH: ROCKET TV Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

CPM TV LAUNCH: BEGINNING COMMERCAL OPS -- Payloads National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan) 2 CPM TV LAUNCH: BEGINNING COMMERCAL OPS -- Payloads National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan) 2 U Cube. Sat M 2 M 2 SKY/Boreal Space (Brazil/California) 1 U Cube. Sat Google Lunar XPRIZE Team SYNERGY MOON (California/International) Payload John Frusicante’s (Red Hot Chili Peppers) album ENCLOSURE (The Record Collection, Malibu) -- Primary CPM Hardware Tested Propulsion System in flight; Cable Launch Device (CLD) and Pyrotechnic Staging System (PSS); Telemetry Health and Recovery System Wireless-Encrypted CPM Controller -- Performance Maximum Altitude: 9, 675 feet (2, 950 m) Maximum Velocity: Mach 1. 5 Recovery System returned the payloads safely to Earth All payloads were still functioning Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

FIVE CPMs + KICK STAGE = N 5 ORBITAL ROCKET Kick Stage Three -Stage FIVE CPMs + KICK STAGE = N 5 ORBITAL ROCKET Kick Stage Three -Stage N 5 Orbital Launch Vehicle Single Common Propulsion Module (CPM) Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

N 5 MODULAR ROCKET DETAILS Three-Stage Launch Vehicle with Parallel and Tandem Staging -- N 5 MODULAR ROCKET DETAILS Three-Stage Launch Vehicle with Parallel and Tandem Staging -- Five (5) Common Propulsion Modules (CPMs) -- Stage 1: 4 CPMs with parallel staging -- Stage 2: 1 CPM -- Stage 3: Kick stage with solid motor (tandem staging) -- Length: 31. 5 feet (10. 3 m); Maximum diameter: 6. 2 feet (1. 89 m) -- GLOW: 20, 000 pounds (9. 070 kg) -- Payload: 66 lbs (30 kg) to a 192 mile (310 km) polar orbit Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

IOS UNIQUE ROCKET TECHNOLOGIES -- NEPTUNE Modular Rocket System (three- and four-stage) Assembled from IOS UNIQUE ROCKET TECHNOLOGIES -- NEPTUNE Modular Rocket System (three- and four-stage) Assembled from multiple Common Propulsion Modules (CPMs) Parallel- and tandem-staging options Radically reduced rocket system development costs Can be customized for a wide range of payloads Ideal design for assembly-line mass production -- Environmentally Safe, Storable, High-Density Hypergolic Propellants White Fuming Nitric Acid (WFNA) and Turpentine/Furfuryl Alcohol Instantaneous chemical ignition eliminates need for an ignition system -- Low-Cost Propellant Tank Technology Proprietary acid-resistant tank liners and tank ends State-of-the-art carbon composite tank reinforcement technology -- Blowdown Propellant Feed Eliminates the need for turbopumps or a separate pressurant system -- Unique Rocket Engine Injector Automatically maintains propellant jet flow rate in blowdown mode Maximizes specific impulse over a wide pressure input range -- CPM Engine is Ablatively Cooled and Gimbaled Ablative engines allow lighter propellant tanks Gimbaling allows rapid attitude correction in a rough-sea environment -- Canister Ocean Launch Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

Hawai’i Ocean Launch Option Canister ocean-launch staged from the Big Island of Hawai’i is Hawai’i Ocean Launch Option Canister ocean-launch staged from the Big Island of Hawai’i is ideal for near-equatorial and lunar missions---and no ITAR issues! Interorbital’s Google Lunar X PRIZE Team SYNERGY MOON launches are likely to originate from this location, which is also well-suited for interplanetary small-sat launches. Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

Ocean-Based Launch Site -- Pacific Ocean off the coast of Southern California -- 135 Ocean-Based Launch Site -- Pacific Ocean off the coast of Southern California -- 135 to 175 miles west of Los Angeles on the open ocean -- Launch direction is to the south for both polar and sun-synchronous orbits Ocean-Launch Flexibility Advantages: -- Launch site, orbit, and schedule can be modified according to the customer’s requirement -- No extortionate spaceport fees or scheduling problems -- Makes Launch-on-Demand possible! -- Allows rocket to be positioned for any orbit -- Doesn’t set a limit on the size of a launch vehicle -- Requires only a minimum of launch support hardware -- Rapid-response; no waiting in a spaceport line -- The most cost-effective launch option Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

NEPTUNE Rocket Ocean-Based Canister Launch Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com NEPTUNE Rocket Ocean-Based Canister Launch Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

NEPTUNE Canister-Launch Sequence Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com NEPTUNE Canister-Launch Sequence Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

INTERORBITAL MOON ROCKET PROGRAM Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com INTERORBITAL MOON ROCKET PROGRAM Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

Lunar Transfer Stage Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com Lunar Transfer Stage Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

GLXP Team SYNERGY MOON Lunar Lander and Rover Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com GLXP Team SYNERGY MOON Lunar Lander and Rover Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

IOS Lunar Sample Return Mission Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com IOS Lunar Sample Return Mission Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

IOS TUBESAT AND CUBESAT KITS FEATURES -- PCB Gerber Files -- Spectrolab TASC solar IOS TUBESAT AND CUBESAT KITS FEATURES -- PCB Gerber Files -- Spectrolab TASC solar cells -- A Li-ion battery pack (3. 7 V 5200 m. Ah) IOS Cube. Sat Kit -- Microcomputer (Net. Media Basic. X-24 or Arduino Mini) -- Transceiver (Radiometrix) -- Antennas -- Fasteners -- Complete instructions and assembly guide Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

NEPTUNE 5 (N 5) LAUNCH MANIFESTS 2014 -16 Cube. Sats UC Irvine, UCISAT 1 NEPTUNE 5 (N 5) LAUNCH MANIFESTS 2014 -16 Cube. Sats UC Irvine, UCISAT 1 FPT University, Vietnam, F-1 Cube. Sat Nanyang Technological University, Singapore VELOX-P Cube. Sat, Google Lunar X PRIZE(GLXP) Team PLAN B (Canada) GLXP Team Euro. Luna, Romit 1 (2 -Unit Cube. Sat from Denmark) NASA Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Facility, 1 Cube. Sat & 2 Tube. Sats King Abdullah University, Saudi Arabia ( KAUST)(2 IOS Cube. Sats; 1 Tube. Sat; 1 suborbital payload) The Golden i. Pod: Voyager revisited; Earth to Sky, spaceweather. com, Bishop, CA STEM Program Pakistan’s I CUBE-1 Islamabad Institute of Science and Technology Boreal Space, California / M 2 M 2 Sky, Brazil; Wayfinder I Rufs the Space Lion, Sweden Denmark’s GLXP Team Euroluna: Romit 1 2 U (2 -Unit) Cube. Sat Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

NEPTUNE 5 (N 5) LAUNCH MANIFEST 2014 -16 Tube. Sats Morehead State University (Kentucky NEPTUNE 5 (N 5) LAUNCH MANIFEST 2014 -16 Tube. Sats Morehead State University (Kentucky Space) (Tube. Sat and 2 suborbital payloads) Inter. American University of Puerto Rico University of Sydney (Australia) (2) i-INSPIRE (initial-INtegrated SPectrograph, Imager & Radiation Explorer) Aslan Academy (Private LA High School) STEM Program Project Calliope (Space Music Project) Universidad de Puerto Rico / Marcelino Canino Middle School, STEM micro-meteoroid impact study GLXP Team SYNERGY MOON Space-Qualifying Rover Team Astronomska Udruga Vidulini's (AUV) Comms GLXP Team Part-Time Scientists / Fluid & Reason Software (2) (US/Germany) Naval Postgraduate School (3) (Tube. Sats as ad-hoc orbital communication nodes) and 2 suborbital payloads Defense Science and Technology Lab (DSTL) United Kingdom Austrian Arts Group mur. at with MURSAT: Earth-as-Art Project United States Military Academy at West Point (2) Brazilian Space Institute/108 5 th-7 th Grade Students, Ubatuba, Sao Paulo, Brazil STEM Program Mexican Satellite Project ULISES Sat from PLAY Festival’s Arts/Soccer Opera from Space Tri. Vector Services (Huntsville) TRACsat – Tri. Vector Radiation and Attitude Control Satellite La Despensa (The Pantry) Advertising Agency/Iniciativas en Idiomas (Madrid, Spain) NASA Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Facility (2) Galaxy Global, 1 Tube. Sat, donated to NASA Educational Program Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences/The Science Project, Inc. , Japan (7) AKQA Advertising, San Francisco Universidad de Chile, Santiago University of Sao Paulo, Brazil (2) David Lawrence K-8 School, North Miami, Florida RADG, Ohio---Undisclosed Advertising Project Jose Virgilio Braghetto Neto/OMNI LABS, Brazil 4 -H/Ute Mountain Youth/Colorado State University Outreach KEN KATO---Personal Satellite Project, Japan Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada DOCTOR WHO TARDIS in Orbit; Robert Doyle and Team Emmanuel Lesser, Private Satellite Project, Belgium University Nova de Lisboa, Portugal National University of Singapore, RSPL (3) Manhattan Satellite Lab; NYCSAT-1 Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

MILESTONES AND UPCOMING MISSIONS -- IOS completed NASA Nano. Launcher Phase I SBIR 2012 MILESTONES AND UPCOMING MISSIONS -- IOS completed NASA Nano. Launcher Phase I SBIR 2012 -- CPM TV: Common Propulsion Module Test Vehicle completed low-altitude suborbital test flight March 29, 2014, under FAA Class 3 Waiver -- Low-altitude suborbital test flight: guidance system tests: 2014 -- High-altitude suborbital CPM test launch 310 km Apogee: 2014 -- Olav Zipser High-Altitude Jump Record Attempt from SR 145 CPM -- IOS Satellite Missions I & II: 2015? -- Google Lunar X PRIZE Lunar Mission, Late 2015? -- Lunar Sample Return Mission I 2016? -- Orbital Expeditions Space Tourism Flights 2016 -17? Interorbital Systems www. interorbital. com

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