WHERE AEROSPACE, INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT MEET.
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The goal of mankind expanding its horizons into the next frontier is finally within grasp. How will space and business come together to create a better universe for all?
Hypergiant and SpaceCom are teaming up for this free one-day event exploring how aerospace and industry come together to connect space technologies and business innovation. Join us Saturday, March 14 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to hear how we’re solving humanity’s most challenging problems in space and beyond.
Date: Saturday, March 14
Location: 101 West 6th Street, #400, Austin, TX 78791
The past two decades have seen tremendous growth in the commercial space industry. SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Virgin Galactic are a few of the private space companies that didn’t exist before the year 2000. But, what can we expect for the rest of the 21st Century? This session will take a bold look at the potential for the next 80 years – from orbiting hotels, to mining asteroids to colonies on Mars and beyond…the potential is staggering.
Founder and Publisher
VP of Business Development
Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI)
Visionaries say the industrialization of space will eventually enable Earth to become a garden oasis it once was. This panel will provide compelling evidence that first stage of space industrialization is already underway. We’ll cover low cost access to space, space manufacturing, space mining and more.
VP, Mission Assurance
Michael J. Horkachuck
NASA’s Commercial Crew Program Residents Office
The image of rows and rows of computer stations at NASA Mission Control is rapidly becoming anachronistic. The new age of space is led by smart systems that allow for a handful of operators to launch and monitor spacecraft missions in a safer and more reliable way. These systems will allow satellites to avoid collision and monitor space traffic. This panel will discuss Mission Control of the future that is taking shape right now.
CEO: Hypergiant Galactic Systems
Dr. Jason Held
VP, Flight Operations
Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering
University of Texas
America plans to once again set foot on the Moon via NASA’s Artemis Program. This time, however, the private sector will be a full partner that will make the Artemis project a success for NASA and plant the seeds for private operations on the Moon. This panel will feature Artemis Program private sector partners and their vision a lunar-based economy.
President and CEO
Deep Space Systems
Senior Exploration Scientist
Masten Space Systems
VP, Space Infrastructure and Civil Space
NASA Astronauts will soon head to the Moon and Mars, and private citizens will take tourist trips into space. With new space missions, come new kinds of space suits. This session will explore what NASA and creative private companies are doing to upgrade the design of space suits and technologies needed to meet the new age of space travel.
Director of R&D
Executive and Test Pilot
Deputy Project Manager
NASA Johnson Space Center
Dr. Andy Walshe
Partner and Chief Performance Officer
Astronauts and athletes have more in common than you might think. Both must maintain consistent health and performance levels to achieve high value goals. In this session we explore how NASA human performance research is influencing sports, and how athletes are influencing NASA’s approach to astronaut fitness.
NASA Diver/Space Walk Tech/Orion Crew Capsule Recovery Team Member
NASA NBL Diver
Former NFL Athlete
College Hall of Famer
The truth is out there. This session will explore the new down-to-Earth advanced technology approaches to help military, municipalities and others identify and track unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).
President & CEO
EarthTech International, Inc.
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