Odyne Space has designed a next generation launch vehicle that will enable frequent and affordable orbital launches for the micro- and nano-satellite market.
We provide dedicated launches with a payload capacity of 100kg for Sun-Syncronous Orbits up to 600km and up to 150kg for Low to Mid Latitude, Low Earth Orbits.
Eric Ward is an experienced Systems Architect who sees growing the space industry as the next step to progressing humanity beyond the planet.
He recently received a Master's degree in Systems Design and Management from MIT, has published multiple technical documents on
Systems Architecture and the
Industry, has been featured in
Fast Company, and co-founded the
MIT New Space Age Conference. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
His Erdős number is 4.
Andrew Greenberg is an embedded systems expert, and serial entrepreneur having co-founded and led two profitable small companies in the Medical Device industry. Andrew is also an Associate professor at Portland State University, and is the founder of the Portland State Aerospace Society, which touts the most sophisticated avionics in amateur rocketry.
John Karabaic is a veteran of the USAF and many startups. He has dual degrees in Electrical Engineering & Physics from MIT. John worked in technical sales for most of his career, prior to recently moving into product management.
Lawrence Sheets is an experienced designer and programmer, and is responsible for the development of Odyne's proprietary software systems that optimize all aspects of launch vehicle design and mission planning. He is the developer behind Flippening Watch, a prominent cryptocurrency metrics platform. He has a degree in Health Sciences, and is also an accomplished audio engineer with Alpha Sound.
Natalya Bailey is the co-founder and CEO of Accion Systems, who are working to make space more affordable and accessible as a leader in high-quality, affordable propulsion technologies. Natalya has previously worked on one form of propulsion or another for over 10 years, and as a program manager of a $1.5MM propulsion program, as a systems engineer during her time at Aurora Flight Sciences, and as a founder of a previous space propulsion company.
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