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Moller International Awards Distributorship to Space Sciences
Corporation following Market Survey Results
DAVIS, Ca. November 17, 2011--Moller International, Inc. (MI) (OTC-QB: MLER), the developer of the Skycar® aircraft, the Rotapower® line of rotary engines and the Aerobot® line of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) today awarded Space Science Corporation (SSC) a distributorship with exclusive rights in New Mexico following the completion of a market survey at the International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight (ISPCS).

“Space Sciences Corporation is a young aggressive firm and their approach to business holds many possibilities for our products,” said Dr. Paul Moller, President and CEO of Moller International. “If the results of our market survey are any indication of future sales, SSC is going to have more business than they can handle.”

Moller International's research concluded that to proceed with it futurist platform, the
technology must be seen as viable today. Viability of products in the marketplace is defined as a purposeful product serving the needs of the potential customer base. Moller's products have many uses serving military, para-military and retail consumers. And while there has been a reduction of spending across the board, demand in military transportation, homeland security and recreational markets remains strong.

“SSC has been working diligently to address “what's next for transportation” from a rear view mirror” perspective,” said Dr. Lindsay O'Brien Quarrie, President and CEO of Space Sciences Corporation. “Our niche is space technology and in our estimation, improving transportation issues on Earth using technology developed for space travel seems like a logical solution and using Moller International products as the basis of our offerings helps us to deliver on our “Space on EarthTM” concept.”

“After our tour of the Moller facility and review of the production schedule, it was clear to me that Moller's ability to meet our needs exceeded our expectations,” said John D'Alessandro, Technical Program Manager, Space Science Corporation. “Moving forward, we expect a strong return on our investment and look forward to delivering a quality product.”

At the ISPCS event in New Mexico, Moller International and Space Science Corporation
teamed to research the final chapter of the market survey and determined after numerous one on one interviews with potential customers and reporters, that now is the right time to pursue selling the NeueraTM/HALOTM series of products.

“After reviewing the survey reports and SSC's plan for selling our products it was clear they understood their niche market and how to reach their customers,” said Jah Mackey, Marketing Director, Moller International. “I'm very happy to be working with SSC and I'm looking to a long and prosperous relationship.”

About Moller International

Moller International (OTC-QB: MLER) formerly Moller Aircraft had its origins in research carried out by Dr. Paul Moller when he tested a scale model of his VTOL capable aircraft in 1961. A full-size version of the earlier VTOL aircraft was demonstrated in 1965. In 1967, research was conducted with the specific purpose of developing vertical takeoff aircraft for the consumer market.

Today, Moller International (OTC-QB: MLER) is a fully reporting public company that has continued to develop a number of VTOL aircraft employing Rotapower® engines and stabilization systems used not only in creating the M400 Skycar® and the M200 NeueraTM, but also other VTOL aircraft targeted at the military, public safety, commercial and consumer markets.

The Skycar® has been featured on a number of TV programs including CBS 60 Minutes, “Highway In the Sky”, NBC’s Today Show “Today's American Story", and History Channel’s, “Greatest Movie Gadgets: Then and Now.” www.moller.com

About Space Sciences Corporation

Space Sciences Corporation is a multi faceted Research & Development Company in Lemitar, New Mexico specializing in Space Vehicle Research, Cosmic Radiation Effects on Microelectronic Systems vehicles and satellite performance. SSC also performs advanced laser and optical systems research including sensors and radar chip technology.

In collaboration with Moller International (inventor of the Skycar®, autonomous vertical takeoff and landing flying car) the development of the NeueraTM/HALOTM
vehicle provides a portable reusable personal air vehicle for recreation, border security, autonomous payload delivery and rescue.

The Hover Airlift and Logistics Operations (HALO) vehicle will ferry people around Spaceport America, for a Space on EarthTM Flying Saucer experience, tourism across Spaceport gateways and communities, the El Camino Real Trail, across Elephant Butte and across beautiful White Sands for the first Podracer© races, reminiscent of Star WarsTM ! www.spacesciencescorp.com

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