SPACE TRAVEL GUIDED BY GLOBAL COOPERATION
After decades of waiting for daily space transportation, the technology is now ready.
The current market lacks a heavy spaceship with the right combination of capabilities to provide space travel for all
Guided by global cooperation, HStar is building rapidly and fully reusable heavy rockets and spaceship to provide launch services around the world.
We are in a new golden age of space exploration. A time period defined by weekly commercial and government technological achievements.
Working in cooperation with other key industry players will allow HStar the flexibility to meet the market's needs for daily space travel - whether it be for people, cargo, or satellites.
Creating a multinational cooperative network will open the door for the development of launch pads all across the globe. International cooperation will also allow for international public sectors to connect in space.
Creating a future where the sky is no longer a limit requires expanding the space industry to accommodate daily launches all across the globe.
HOW WE ARE DIFFERENT
PER SEAT TO ORBIT
FOR 40 TONS
FOR 20 TONS
GLOBALIZING SPACE TRAVEL WILL LEAD TO A MORE INCLUSIVE INDUSTRY.
National governments must work together to create multinational cooperative networks that provide consistent regulations and laws for space travel.
HERE'S HOW HSTAR WILL WORK WITH A PARTNER COUNTRY...
EXECUTION THROUGH EXPERIENCE
HSTAR'S TEAM'S VAST EXPERIENCE PROVES THAT WE CAN SUCCEED.
HERE ARE SOME OF OUR ACHIEVEMENTS.
Oversaw Falcon 9 Operation at SpaceX
Created supply chain for SpaceX Falcon 9
Built and operated astronaut hardware for the first four Crew Dragon missions
Directed flight reliability and commercial crew certification for SpaceX
Led thousands of employees and built multi-billion-dollar businesses at public aerospace companies
Created Capital Firm in New York after decades of aerospace and defense direction
Managed Space Law at Blue Origin
Designed Mars Rovers
Simulated Mars Landings
Piloted the first all-civilian orbital space mission
Enzo Bleze is Co-Founder and CEO of HStar Space Transport. Originally from France, Enzo came to the United States with a vision to shape the future of the space industry. Today, he is an entrepreneur working to positively disrupt the industry for the betterment of humanity.
Enzo is an energetic, charismatic, and visionary leader who drives a world class team. He’s recruited the top thinkers and leaders in the space transport industry to work together to solve complex problems. His obsession and passion to make the world a better place has gotten him to where he is today.
Enzo leads using constant optimization and questioning of technical principles.
Enzo is based in Los Angeles, California.
Former SpaceX Engineer
Nick is a Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at HStar Space Transport. Prior to joining HStar Space Nick was at SpaceX. At SpaceX he was part of the Crew equipment, human factors, space operations, and crew operations engineering teams for more than six years. During his time at SpaceX, he was part of the team that designed, built, tested, and flew hardware on the first four Crew Dragon missions.
Nick is an explorer, Mars simulation commander, and wilderness leader. He has spent his career focused on introducing technologies which can improve lives broadly around the world. He received his Master’s in Science in engineering from the University of Southern California and his Bachelor of Science in engineering from Harvard.
Nick is based out of Los Angeles, California.