With NASA getting out of the satellite communications business as their TDRSS satellites are retired. NASA has announced they will not build any more government satellites and are looking to the private sector to provide communications going forward. This is very similar to how they contracted with commercial rocket companies to replace the Space Shuttle. NASA is now turning to acquire commercial satellite communications services from companies like Solstar. We already have customers and successful test flights in hand. There is an immediate and growing need for our services. More commercial payloads are flying in space today than ever before and even more are scheduled to fly. Nearly all of them need our service. Government payloads use government communications assets. Commercial assets need their own networks to meet IOT demand, cyber security, IP concerns, data rates, and more. Solstar is a lot more accessible for commercial customers on the ground and we’re at an economical price for the first time ever. We're first to market. We also believe individuals going to space will want to communicate back to people on Earth in real time. We know there are more and more commercial uses of the international space station and they want to be able to communicate back to earth as well as other commercial assets that are going to be in space. Suborbital flights need communications in flight too. Developing those markets and letting them know there is an alternative to existing communication means, which are fairly restrictive and limited, is going to be an important part of this whole sales and marketing activity.