Odyssey Space Research

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    Odyssey Space Research is a company providing engineering research and analysis services in the core domain of guidance, navigation and control design, analysis, integration, evaluation, and test. The company specializes in rendezvous, proximity operations, and capture including automated rendezvous and docking and other in-space flight phases.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2003
    HQHouston, TX, US
    Websiteodysseysr.com

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    Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)85
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    Key People/Management at Odyssey Space Research

    Brian Rishikof

    Brian Rishikof

    CEO
    Jana Rebmann

    Jana Rebmann

    President
    Bryan Lunney

    Bryan Lunney

    Vice President
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    Odyssey Space Research Office Locations

    Odyssey Space Research has an office in Houston
    Houston, TX, US (HQ)
    1120 E NASA Pkwy #505
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    Founding Date

    2003
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    Aug, 2018Dec, 2018

    Patents Issued

    22
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    Odyssey Space Research Cybersecurity Score

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    NASA Awards SpaceX to Continue Developing Human Lander

    April 16, 2021: Congratulations to SpaceX on being selected by NASA to continue development of their commercial human lander as part of the Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships (NextSTEP-2) Program! The human lander will join the Space Launch System, Orion spacecraft, and the Gateway…

    Orion Moves One Step Closer to Launch

    January 16, 2021: NASA has officially transferred ownership of the Artemis I Orion spacecraft to the Exploration Ground Systems (EGS) group for final preparations for launch. The transfer marks the completion of the assembly of spacecraft, which first began at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New…

    Odyssey-Supported Payload Flies on Blue Origin’s New Shepard Rocket

    On October 13, Blue Origin's New Shepard vehicle took off from the company's West Texas launch site. The launch prominently featured a payload from NASA's Safe and Precise Landing - Integrated Capabilities Evolution (SPLICE) project to test lunar landing technologies. Since SPLICE began in 2017, Ody…

    HTV Undocks from ISS for the Last Time

    August 8, 2020: Today marks the retirement of the H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV). Between 2009 to 2020, HTV successfully completed 9 resupply missions to the International Space Station. The vehicle, also known as Kounotori or ‘the white stork’ after the colloquial bird that delivers newborns infants, …

    Odyssey Wins a Phase I NASA Small Business Innovative Research Award

    2020 NASA SBIR Phase I award: "Autonomous Optical Navigation and Targeting for Operations in NRHO". Principal investigator: Dr. Franceso de Dilectis. July 6, 2020: Odyssey has won a Phase I SBIR to implement state of the art optical navigation and targeting algorithms for autonomous station-keeping …

    Odyssey Part of Northrop Grumman’s HALO Development Team

    June 10, 2020: Odyssey is excited to be part of the Northrop Grumman team for the design and development of the Habitation And Logistics Outpost (HALO) for the Gateway, an essential part of NASA's Artemis lunar exploration program! (See the official HALO announcement here.) We will be providing supp…
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    Odyssey Space Research Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Odyssey Space Research founded?

      Odyssey Space Research was founded in 2003.

    • Who are Odyssey Space Research key executives?

      Odyssey Space Research's key executives are Brian Rishikof, Jana Rebmann and Bryan Lunney.

    • How many employees does Odyssey Space Research have?

      Odyssey Space Research has 85 employees.

    • Who are Odyssey Space Research competitors?

      Competitors of Odyssey Space Research include Intuitive Research and Technology, NAVSYS and Emergent Space Technologies.

    • Where is Odyssey Space Research headquarters?

      Odyssey Space Research headquarters is located at 1120 E NASA Pkwy #505, Houston.

    • Where are Odyssey Space Research offices?

      Odyssey Space Research has an office in Houston.

    • How many offices does Odyssey Space Research have?

      Odyssey Space Research has 1 office.