SoundRocket isn't just who we are, it's what we do.
We do social science iteratively and efficiently.
NASA had it right in the mid-20th century—the first space traveller was Ham, the Astrochimp, rather than a human.
Because putting humans into space meant having to control for often unpredictable human behavior, a task with which no rocket scientist wanted to contend.
Let's break it down: SoundRocket defined
TO SOUND [SOUND] - VERB
to examine or investigate; seek to fathom or ascertain
ROCKET [ROK-IT] - NOUN
a self-propelled device used to carry a scientific or exploratory payload
SoundRockets (also known as Sounding Rockets) are used by NASA and other space research agencies around the world for sub-orbital research. They allow for quick turnaround and are less costly while they advance science quickly and iteratively.