FreeFall Aerospace Appoints Dan Geraci as President & COO to Drive Innovation in NewSpace Communications Infrastructure

Tucson, Arizona – FreeFall Aerospace, the emerging leader in communications infrastructure for the NewSpace economy, has just announced a game-changing addition to its team. Dan Geraci, a seasoned operating executive with over 35 years of experience building and managing companies of all sizes, has been appointed as the new President and COO of FreeFall Aerospace.

Geraci’s impressive background includes the following:

Dan Geraci

Dan Geraci, President & COO at FreeFall Aerospace

  • Leading several successful startups, stepups, and turnarounds as CEO.
  • Running multi-billion-dollar businesses for global financial institutions.
  • Former President of Voyager Space Services.

For the past 17 years, Dan has also been the Chairman of the Board of The Planetary Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing space exploration and STEM education.

Geraci’s extensive experience in developing and implementing business strategies and leading successful teams makes him the perfect match for FreeFall Aerospace as it continues to expand and innovate in the space communications segment. This is an exciting time for FreeFall Aerospace, as its cutting-edge technology, designed to address critical challenges in cislunar and terrestrial applications, begins rolling out this year.

“I am thrilled to join FreeFall Aerospace as President & COO and help to drive innovation and growth in the NewSpace economy,” said Geraci. “Our technology has the potential to change the economics and functionality of how communication takes place in space, on land, and at sea, and I look forward to working with the talented FreeFall team to make this vision a reality.”

Doug Stetson, CEO and co-founder of FreeFall Aerospace, said: “Dan is a visionary and a consummate professional in our industry, and we are extremely fortunate to have him join us here at FreeFall. Efficient, low-cost communications is key to everything we do in space, and Dan’s experience and leadership will be instrumental as we continue to innovate and create value for our customers and stakeholders.” 

For more information about FreeFall Aerospace and its communications infrastructure solutions, please visit their website at


About FreeFall Aerospace:

Founded in 2016 as a spin-off from the University of Arizona, FreeFall Aerospace is developing revolutionary new antenna technology for cislunar and terrestrial applications. FreeFall’s innovative antenna systems offer a wide field of view, efficient beam steering, and ultra-low mass to dramatically simplify and improve satellite communications while reducing costs. As a leader in the Science of Connectivity, FreeFall Aerospace is continually inventing new ways to move the data that connect people, places, and things. For more information, visit