Hannah Goldberg is a systems engineer at GomSpace in Aalborg, Denmark. She is currently working on two new innovative CubeSat missions to asteroids with support from the European Space Agency. The first being the Juvenas CubeSat for the Hera mission to the Didymos binary asteroid, and the second being the Miniaturised Asteroid Remote Geophysical Observer (M-ARGO), a stand-alone demonstration mission. At
GomSpace, Hannah has worked on projects developing the next generation of GomSpace CubeSat subsystem products and platforms.
Hannah spent five years at Planetary Resources in Seattle, WA, a company created for the goal of asteroid
mining. There, she was part of the team that developed the Arkyd line of exploration spacecraft as well as part of the instrument development team working on demonstration of a mid-wave infrared instrument for
asteroid resource prospecting.
Previously, Hannah worked at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory where she was part of the entry, descent,
and landing test team for the Mars Science Laboratory, as well as on the instrument team for the Orbiting
Carbon Observatories. She also led concept developments for micro- and nano-spacecraft, including the
She specializes in spacecraft system design for small sized spacecraft and instrument development and testing.