Hudson Space Systems

A "Microgravity" Research Company

Company Information

Website:

https://hudsonspace.systems/

Sector:

Aerospace

Location:

Hoboken, NJ

Outer space could soon become a $3 trillion industry.

But for this industry to reach its full potential, companies need ways to test their creations and conduct critical research. That’s where Hudson Space Systems offers a solution.

This company focuses on enabling space-related companies to engage in “Microgravity” research. By using a weightless, microgravity environment, companies can better observe, control, and test products and services intended for outer space.

Hudson Space Systems offers its “Microgravity-as-a-Service” through a unique, reusable rocket vehicle. This rocket is packed with customers’ products and equipment and provides three minutes of standard microgravity.

The company built a prototype of this rocket in 2019 and has filed a provisional patent. It is currently undergoing R&D testing and has six Letters of Intent from future customers.

Team Background

Nathan Tahbaz - Co-Founder & CEO

Nathan has experience in manufacturing, prototyping, and project management.

Prior to starting Hudson Space Systems, he was Co-Founder & CEO of CP Rocketry, an aerospace company building suborbital rockets.

Before that, he was CEO of TecRepair, a business repairing phones and providing IT services.

He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and is completing his Master’s degree in Space Systems Engineering, from Stevens Institute of Technology.

Monica Traupmann - Co-Founder & COO

Monica’s experience includes propulsion design, fuel delivery systems, and instrumentation.

Prior to Hudson Space Systems, she was a propulsion engineer and safety coordinator with CP Rocketry. Before that, she worked for NASA in the company’s Propulsion Technology Division.

She began her career performing technical analysis with BASF, a chemicals company. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.