Daniel Cajacob

Daniel Cajacob is Satellite Systems Engineer with over 15 years of broad experience designing, building, launching and operating small satellites. Turning out 3 new spacecraft, from paper to orbit every 1 or 2 years is the norm while also supporting customer projects, avionics and spacecraft. Majority of experience is in the microsat class between 10 and 50 kg but I've worked on cubesats and spacecraft the size of a small bus as well. Currently building the world's first commercial independent RF geolocation constellation, beginning with the successful launch of our Pathfinder cluster in December 2018. Built the world's first commercial AIS (ship tracking) satellite constellation at SpaceQuest. Specialties: Orbital Dynamics & Analysis, Launch Campaigns, Space Mission Analysis and Design, End-to-End Mission Architecture
Country: US
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