US rocket launchers have created a fervor for companies launching small satellites.
Rocket Lab's Electron rocket launched six small satellites or tiny satellites in New Zealand on a low Earth orbit on Sunday. The company's rocket, 60 feet tall or less, was the second.
Rocket Lab rivals have not yet begun orbiting, which means more and more rocket start-ups want to launch small astronauts for businesses and researchers.
Other well-known companies in the dedicated smallsat launching industry include Virgin Orbit from Richard Branson and Vector of SpaceX veteran Jim Cantrell.
"[My team] I made a beautiful machine. "Peter Beck, CEO of Rocket Lab, told CNN Business:
Why are you small people?
As the number of mobile phones decreased, similar technological advances have made the satellite smaller and smaller.
However, the Rockets have not been miniaturized, and compact cars have a much larger payload on powerful rockets such as SpaceX's Falcon 9 or Russian Soyuz rockets.
Smallsat companies often have to wait a long time for free space on a rocket.
Rocket Lab and many start-ups try to change it by manipulating smaller, less powerful rockets. The company produces rockets and wants space travel much more often.
The Rocket Lab mission on Sunday included payloads for customers like Spire Global, which collects data on ships and airplanes around the world, and Fleet Space Technologies, which connects remote devices to the Internet.
Beck, the maker of Rocket Lab, told CNN business that Australia-based Fleet Technologies has waited more than a year to get the ship into orbit. The fleet contacted Rocket Lab about a month ago and the company's satellites were able to board the Electron by Sunday.
"That's really all, this is how we can get the space," Beck said.
Purchasing a dedicated launch vehicle, such as the Rocket Lab Electron, can be costly to a small rocket operator rather than hitting a large rocket.
But Beck said many people in the industry are willing to pay for the convenience of electronic rockets. When the company ran at full speed, Electrons said it would direct the satellite to space every other week.
Rocket Lab's third flight is scheduled for next month and the fourth flight is scheduled for January 2019. The company hopes to complete 16 launches next year.
Rocket Lab competition may not be far.
Virgin Orbit, a member of Branson's Virgin Group, is planning to launch smallsats early next year. This system fires a rocket in the air under the wings of the Boeing 747.
Vector, the predecessor of SpaceX executive Cantrell, plans to fly the first orbit in the coming months.
Dozens of other startups are waiting on the wings. Experts will finally have a flood in the market and there is no guarantee that Rocket Lab will survive.
"Steve Isakowtiz, CEO of The Aerospace Corporation, a nonprofit organization, told CNN Business in a recent interview," It does not mean you have to win at first. "Can they come to the market? Can they keep it through production, and do they have a customer base?"
Beck, chief executive of Rocket Lab, said he believes the market is moving toward "brutal integration" over the next 12 to 18 months. And he was confident that the Rocket Lab would be one of them.
Beck says he is close to profit and is building a factory that can generate $ 148 million in venture capital and produce a rocket a week.
Beck says, "People who own a rocket company and say that they are doing a smooth sailing here live in a different world." But we have succeeded and more will come. Now we have to continue with scaling. "