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25Sep 2018

The First Earthrise Fifty years ago, three Apollo 8 astronauts became the first human beings to visit the moon. They didn’t land, but as they orbited, they took a photo that has become iconic: instead of the familiar vista of the Moon rising above the Earth, they saw the opposite: a moment that is known
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06Aug 2018

We’re proud to announce that SpaceCom 2018 is partnering with Google Cloud to bring you the $100,000 Entrepreneur Challenge, an exclusive part of the SpaceCom Entrepreneur Summit (SES) this November 27-28 in Houston. The SES brings together early-stage startups and investors for a full-day of workshops and activities to stimulate investment and growth in the commercial
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20Jul 2018

SpaceCom is excited to welcome Tory Bruno, the CEO of United Launch Alliance, and Rakesh Sashibhushan, Chairman and Managing Director of the Antrix Corporation, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), as keynotes for the 2018 Conference Program. The 2018 Conference Program will feature two packed days of forward-looking conference sessions, featuring co-located Smart Conference workshops, taking an
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26Jun 2018

We are excited to announce that registration for the SpaceCom – The Space Commerce Conference and Exposition is now open! SpaceCom is the only conference and exhibition where NASA, Aerospace, and Industry come together to connect, collaborate, and learn from one another. Only at SpaceCom can you expect to experience: An enhanced Entrepreneur Summit where startups
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01Dec 2017

Although many may know him as one of the NFL’s top tight ends, Martellus Bennett is much more. Bennett is an entrepreneur, animator, illustrator, author, creator, musician, and an avid space lover. In addition to his career on the field and his creative work, Bennett has dedicated his time in serving his hometown of Houston
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12Sep 2017

For a ticket price of $75,000, tourists may soon be able to float into the Earth’s stratosphere on a balloon. World View Enterprises, the company behind this bound in space tourism, is currently testing their balloon ferried capsules which will be able to carry a crew of eight comfortably to the edge of space. This
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