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Payam Banzadeh former NASA Employee Reinvents Satellite to Better Navigate Earth

From the beginning of time, technology has advanced civilization. Innovators like Payam Banazadeh, are developing innovative and novel uses for technology. 

Payam Banazadeh founded Capella, located in San Francisco Bay, in March 2016. One of the many technological discoveries made by Banazadeh is SAR, which is a way to view the Earth’s surface with a satellite camera. The public enjoys the images of 75 percent of the planet. SAR is supposed to give people a better understanding of the planet’s infrastructure and the changing needs of the planet. SAR can show people the problems in the world that include food shortages in third world countries, and more problems. 

Payam Banazadeh received his B.S degree in aerospace, aeronautical, and aeronautical engineering from University of Texas at Austin. Banazadeh graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2012. In 2014, Banazadeh continued his education at Stanford University. The future Capella founder received his master’s degree in Business & Management MS&E in 2016. Banazadeh’s master’s program addressed the technical and behavioral aspects of business. 

Between getting a bachelor’s and master’s degree, Payam Banazadeh started his aeronautics career volunteering at NASA. For three years, Banazadeh was a volunteer NASA ambassador. The future Capella founder promoted special NASA programs with math and science lectures for grades kindergarten through 12th grades. 

Employed at NASA for several years, where Banazadeh worked with NASA jet propulsion as a systems engineering intern, flight system engineer, software development intern, and mission development intern. Banazedeh worked as a project manager for Stanford University. Payam Banazedeh worked as research assistant at the University of Texas in Austin. Banazadeh has written about telescopes in college publications.