Building the Future of Space in LEO and Beyond Andrew Rush President & Chief Operating Officer • Redwire Space February 2022
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THE FIRST GOLDEN AGE Freedom 7 (1961) Apollo Program (1961 – 1975) Telstar (1962 – 1963) Intelsat 1 (1965 – 1969) The dawn of humanity’s quest to venture beyond low - Earth orbit 1961 1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............................................................. ............................................................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The birth of the first commercial satellite program occurred in parallel with the Apollo space exploration era
THE SECOND GOLDEN AGE Expanding humanity’s economic sphere and influence • Historic investment from private sector & public markets • Reducing cost for access to space (competitive launch market) • Delivering more capability/kg. • Establishing a burgeoning economy in low - Earth (LEO) orbit (leveraging the international Space Station as innovation ecosystem) • Protecting space for Earth (sustainability, global security, etc.) Reusable Rockets Commercial LEO Destinations In - Space Manufacturing Smallsat Revolution Protection of Earth
We are providing the foundational building blocks for the future of space infrastructure Accelerating humanity’s expansion into space by delivering reliable, economical and sustainable infrastructure for future generations MISSION
1. Insert Footnote Redwire’s Industry - Leading Flight Heritage Differentiates It from New Space Peers 7 Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto IKAROS Magellan Planet C GEO - EYE IRIS ISS Jason Landsat Radarsat SORCE TRACE Low Earth Orbit GPS Van Allen Medium Earth Orbit AEHF GOES SBIRS SOO SXI Commercial Satellites Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Chandra Themis ST5 ISTP/SOHO MAP ACE WIND MMS Beyond GEO Venus Mercury Earth Sun Exploration Rover Global Surveyor Odyssey Pathfinder Reconnaissance Orbiter Science Lab Maven Moon Galileo JUNO Cassini - Huygens New Horizon Years of Flight Heritage 50+ Satellite Missions Flown 150+ Deep Space 1 Solar Probe Plus STEREO Grail Lunar Prospector LRO/LCRO SS Bepi Columbo Messenger
RDW is building the foundation of space infrastructure today Low Earth Orbit Cislunar / Lunar Deep Space Exploration Space Telescopes Commercial Launch Providers International Space Station Orion Lunar Gateway Tactical LEO Satellite Constellations Phased Array Antennas GEO GEO Base Station with RF Reflector Geosynchronous Communications Satellites Human Space Habitats Mars Transfer Vehicle Mars Perseverance Mission Asteroid Mining & In - Situ Resource Utilization Lunar Lander Mars Recon Orbiter On - Orbit Servicing & Repair Vehicles Deep Space Probes Permanent Lunar Outpost Permanent Mars Outpost Redwire is a Key Component of the Future Space Economy
1. Insert Footnote Source: International Conference on Environmental Systems and World Economic Forum. A massive reduction in Launch Cost is driving an unprecedented demand for Space Infrastructure Space Shuttle Falcon 9 Launch Costs Are Down over 95% in the Past Decade… … Enabling an Exponential Increase of Satellites Launched ~6,000 Satellites were in Orbit as of April of 2020 50,000+ Additional Satellites are Planned to be Launched by 2030
1. Insert Footnote Source: The Space Report and Wall Street Equity Research estimate for the 2019 Global Space Economy. Redwire Market Opportunity Mission Critical Partner to a Large and Growing Space Infrastructure Market Commercial Space Products & Services Commercial Infrastructure & Support Industries U.S. Government Space Spend Non - U.S. Government Space Spend Communications & EO Select Red wire Solutions: Advanced Communication Antennas x x Addressed by Red wire Human Spaceflight Select Red wire Solutions: Human - Rated Camera Systems x Launch Services Select Red wire Solutions: Payload Adapters x Satellite Manufacturing & Services Select Red wire Solutions: Guidance, Navigation & Control Systems x National Security (DoD / IC) Select Red wire Solutions: Space Interferometers, Hybrid Architectures and Mesh Networks x Civil (NASA) Select Red wire Solutions: Advanced Deployables / Solar Arrays x Allied Governments Select Red wire Solutions: Sun Sensors and CubeSat Tech Development x International Space Agencies Select Red wire Solutions: Space - Capable Robotic Arms x $218 Billion $119 Billion $47 Billion $40 Billion $420+ Billion Global Space Economy (1) Significant Reductions in Launch Costs are Expected to Enable the Global Space Economy to Grow to an Estimated $2+ Trillion by 2040
RDW Provides the Building Blocks for the Future of Space • Power • Structures • Avionics • Sensors and Components • 3D Printing and Manufacturing Payloads • Biotechnology and Plant Science • Digital Engineering These are the foundational technologies for the future of space infrastructure
Foundational Technology for Mission Critical Capability OSAM Built - in - space with additive manufacturing for cost efficiency iROSA Modular system, improving space station’s power capacity by 20 - 30% Navigation & Avionics High - res capability enabled for docking, navigation, inspection, and in - space monitoring 3D Printing To enable long - term habitation of planetary bodies without the need for consistent resupply missions Artemis I Orion Spacecraft Blue Ghost Lunar Lander iROSA Solar Arrays Archinaut Satellite Regolith Print Facility
Advanced Manufacturing in Microgravity • ZBLAN Optical Fiber • High Performance Ceramics Improving Human Health Through Biotechnology • Bioprinting human tissue • Space farming Commercial LEO Destinations • Commercial space stations • Orbital factories in low - Earth orbit • Increased U.S. access to LEO ESTABLISHING A ROBUST LEO ECONOMY • Optical Crystals • High Performance Metals
PROTECTING SPACE FOR EARTH • Enabling more science and discovery • Climate change mitigation • Space sustainability and debris mitigation • National Security • Hypersonics and missile defense • Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance Compact and autonomous star tracker Roll Out Solar Array Technology
1. Insert Footnote Heritage + Disruptive Innovation Drives Customer Retention & Robust Backlog Investment Highlights: Pure - Play Space Investment With Scale Potential to Transform Space Economics and Create Markets for Commercialization Mission - Critical, Next Generation Infrastructure Provider Cash Flow Positive Today with High Visibility Into Near - Term Growth Proven Leadership; Valuable IP, Including for In - Space 3D Printing Years of flight heritage 50+ Parts 3D - printed on the ISS 200+ Total Backlog (2) ~$ 275M Projected Global Space Economy in 2040 (1) $2T+ By the Numbers Note: Unless otherwise specified, all Redwire financial information is presented on a pro forma basis, including the impact o f t he acquisitions by Redwire of Adcole Space, Made in Space, Deep Space Systems, Roccor, LoadPath, Oakman Aerospace and Deployable Space Systems. Such financial information assumes that such acquisitions were consummated on Jan uary 1, 2020 . ( 1) Source: Wall Street equity research , as of 2019. (2) As per Redwire Press Release dated February 4, 2022, total backlog for December 31, 2021, was between $269 million and $276 m il lion. Total Backlog is defined as work under contract, awards in negotiation, and additional scope to complete existing contracts.