Contact & About Us

EyasSat is located in Colorado, USA

For more information contact: +1 (303) 902-3196  gburditt@eyassat.com.

The name “EyasSat” has its roots in falconry. “Eyas” means “baby falcon” or “fledgling bird.” The falcon is the mascot of the U.S. Air Force Academy, where the concept of EyasSat was hatched as a precursor to the Falcon Sat Program. Via a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, (USAF CRADA NUMBER 04-AFA-239-1, 25 August 2004), the first EyasSat was co-developed between the U.S. Air Force Academy and Colorado Satellite Services. The EyasSat concept is now family owned and operated under the name EyasSat.  As a result EyasSat is continually evolving, improving and providing more and varied products and capability to its users.

Gerry Murphy, Owner & Chief Systems Engineer, +1 (303) 912-0097 or gmurphy@design-group.com. Gerry Murphy has worked in aerospace for 35 years. He has masters degrees in physics and astronomy. He has been project leader at University of Iowa Van Allen Research Center and Jet Propulsion Lab at Cal Tech. For the past 18 years he has successfully operated his own aerospace engineering firm, Design Net Engineering, in Golden, CO. See www.design-group.com for more information. He acquired his “side” project, EyasSat LLC, in 2009.

Gerry Murphy with his wife, Sandy Murphy, and 3 grandchildren, Briar, Catcher, & Tamsyn.

Gerry Murphy with his wife, Sandy Murphy, and 3 grandchildren, Briar, Catcher, & Tamsyn.

Genah Murphy Burditt, Owner and COO, +1 (303) 902-3196 or gburditt@eyassat.com. Genah Burditt has been in science education for nearly 20 years, including space science program coordinator for Space Odyssey and Liberty Bell 7 Exhibitions at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. She also brings marketing, media, and small business ownership/management experience to EyasSAT.

Genah Murphy Burditt with daughters Tamsyn & Briar -Catcher is usually too "busy" to get his picture taken :)

Genah Murphy Burditt with daughters Tamsyn & Briar – son, Catcher, is usually too “busy” to get his picture taken :)

Diane Behny, Technician Consultant Extraordinaire, NASA-rated

Diane Behny

Diane Behny

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