June 2, 2019

(Original name of OrbitX) was formed

July 19, 2019
National Defense Meeting

at Camp Aguinaldo

August 2019
Started designing and simulating

OrbX's first rocket and fuel injectors

September 2019

with STAMINA4Space

September 2019
Partnered with Polytechnic Unversity of the Philippines

for methane rocket fuel derived from algae.

December 20, 2019
OrbitX Diesel Tested

by SGS - Testing laboratories company

December 29, 2019
First OrbitX major update

(Announced its biofuel and initial launch plans)

March 1, 2020
Angel Round Opened

with Genix Ventures / Michael Alexander Montoya as lead investor

April 1, 2020
Adopted OrbitX RP-2

a renewable type of rocket grade kerosene or RP-1

April 20, 2020
Included in NewSpace.im's

list of satellite launchers which includes SpaceX

April 30, 2020
Redesigning of biofuel machineries

and initial computer simulation of rocket engines

September 2020
Onboarding of local licensed engineers

from different fields, international advisors from the international space community and industry started.

October 2020
Actual design process

and calculations for Haribon SLS01 performed assuming OrbitX RP-2 as the fuel. Initial specifications and renders have been identiied.

November 2020
Verification of the masterials, designs and design process thru the help of advisor

 A simple sample test engine and test stand were built. Pamana-1 Project is also launched online and will be the first payload of Haribon SLS-1 which will be funded by the general public and it will contain names, arts, usics, literary works, foods, et cetera that are from the Philippines.

December 2020
Pivot of focus

towards the creation of Tamaraw engine.

February 2021
Actual engine test

static fire tests using OrbitX RP-2. (tentative)

June 2021
First test launch


December 2021
Second test launch


June 2022
Final test launch
Full Scale

Haribon SLS-1 Rocket launch.

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