Space really is the final frontier. Since Star Trek first crossed TV screens in 1966, we have believed that humanity’s destiny lies among the stars. And in the third decade of the third millennium, we are closer to that dream than ever before. Today, after decades of imagining the future, enterprising companies in partnership with governments are putting into place the practical foundations and critical components of a thriving space economy reaching from LEO to cislunar space. This podcast series will bring you the voices of some of these amazing partners on the journey to the final frontier. The fifth episode, based on October’s edition of the New York Space Business Roundtable, features a conversation with multiple experts about cislunar opportunities and commercial space.
Following a Significant Digits report by SpaceNews, this episode features a special report from the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on the introduction of the anti-satellite missile testing norm presented by USA Vice President Harris as a possible UN resolution and its potential impact on ensuring greater international security for space and the cislunar economy expansion.
- Hussain Bokhari, Senior Analyst, NSR (an Analysys Mason company)
- Negar Feher, Chief Revenue Officer, SpaceRyde
- Holly Shorrock, Intelligence Analyst, Office of Intelligence and Analysis Economic Security Mission Center at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- Matthew Taylor, Associate Director, Environmental Intelligence and Civil Space, Raytheon Intelligence & Space
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