A "Microgravity" Research Company
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.
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’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.