Commercial Space Project Group


“To create lasting relationships between humanity’s inspired spacefarers, private industries, and public decision makers in the common dream of enabling access to space.”

Team Leads: 

Daniel Reynolds daniel.reynolds@spacegeneration.org

Stefan Siarov  stefan.siarov@spacegeneration.org

Ken Davidian (FAA)

Interested in becoming a member?

Click here!

Are you an organization interested in a partnership? 

Business Lead:

Charlotte Kiang


Who We Are:
Commercial industries have always been on the leading edge of enabling crewed and uncrewed spaceflight. Today, we stand on the brink of a new space age dominated by the innovation and drive of international commercial space companies. All across the spectrum of the current space industry, commercial organizations are making their mark and are subsequently defining how the future of space will look for mankind. From nanosatellites to launch vehicles, commercial agencies around the world are pushing the boundaries of what is considered to be possible and are subsequently inspiring the next generation of space explorers.

When we think of the term “commercial space,” we don’t just think about the companies around the world who are endeavoring to help propel humanity into the stars. We also think of the principle that all people should have the right to be a part of mankind’s reach into the final frontier. This approach has guided our organizational objectives, which are to:

  • Conduct academic research on the “theory of industrial practice” in the commercial space sector.
  • Organize international and diverse “think-tanks” for commercial space.
  • Make our efforts influential upon decision-makers and widely publicized throughout the global space community.
  • Equip the younger generation with the knowledge, tools and network to be active in the realm of commercial space and space-based entrepreneurship.

Interested in Joining?
Anyone can express their interest in joining the Commercial Space Project Group (CSPG)! Please use this link to submit some initial information so that we can reach back to you about potential membership opportunities.

As of June 2018, we are also looking for specific individuals for the following organizational roles. Please denote in your initial membership form if you think you’d be able to support the project group in one of the following categories:

  • Executive Officer – Responsible for administrative communications/requests between group members and SGAC leadership. Additionally, the executive secretary will be charged with leading and managing group recruitment operations.
  • Web Designer – Responsible for website updates and group-related IT tasks.

If you are interested in sponsoring our group, please reach out to our business lead, Charlotte Kiang! She can be reached through email: charlotte.kiang@spacegeneration.org.

Advisory Team:
The advisory team is a group of industry professionals who volunteer their time and efforts to advise and assist the group in all matters pertaining to what we do. In addition to providing their mentorship and counsel, advisors of the past have run blogs, managed wikis, and have served as writers for space-related news organizations. If you are interested in joining the advisory team, please send an email directly to the business lead, Charlotte Kiang, at: charlotte.kiang@spacegeneration.org.

Quick Links:
Commercial Space Wiki – Discussion and exchange platform on commercial space, run by Ken Davidian (FAA).
Calendar of Commercial Space Events – From the commercial space wiki (Ken Davidian, FAA).

Project Group Co-Lead

Daniel Reynolds
Project Groups Lead
Commercial Space Project Group
United States
SGAC Start of Term (date): 27 Mar 2018

Daniel is currently an active duty 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Air Force and a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he studies guidance, navigation, and control theory in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Daniel is also a Draper Fellow at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, where he conducts research into the development of modernized control laws applied towards large space structures in geocentric and deep space orbits. Specifically, Daniel is largely focused on the development of structural control methodologies for NASA's Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway (LOP-G), an advanced concept for a lunar space station dedicated to lunar, Martian, and deep-space crewed/uncrewed exploration. Following his graduation from MIT, Daniel will be attending Euro-NATO joint jet pilot training for the U.S. Air Force.

Stefan Siarov
Project Groups Lead
Commercial Space Project Group
SGAC Start of Term (date): 1 Mar 2018
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  1. AP-SGW 2018

    November 3 @ 08:00 - November 5 @ 17:00
  2. SA-SGW 2018

    November 9 @ 08:00 - November 10 @ 17:00
  3. African Space Generation Workshop 2018

    December 17 - December 18