What Will Space Look Like in 2100?

What Will Space Look Like in 2100?

What will space look like in 2100? We all want to know. 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? Negar Feher, VP of Business Development Momentus takes 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.

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What Will Space Look Like in 2100?

What will space look like in 2100? We all want to know. 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? Negar Feher, VP of Business Development Momentus takes 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.

The Artemis Program: Off-Earth Economic Expansion

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. It's now a chance for off-earth economic expansion. Doug Stetson, Co-founder President and CEO at FreeFall Aerospace talks about the Artemis Program private sector partners and their vision of a lunar-based economy.

Using Advanced Technologies To Track Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP)

The truth is out there and new down-to-Earth advanced technology approaches are helping military, municipalities, and others identify and track unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). Nick Pope, a freelance British journalist and former employee at the British Government's Ministry of Defence says aliens could be out there. While Dr. Harold (Hal) Puthoff,  President & CEO of EarthTech International, Inc confirms the activity as a Senior Advisor to the DoD’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) that addresses the issue of the phenomenon observed by the military. 

Building The Next Generation Of Space Suits

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 improvements and innovations in space suits. Dan Klopp from ILC Dover, the primary supplier of spacesuits for NASA since the dawn of Apollo, explores what they're doing to upgrade the design of space suits and technologies needed to meet the new age of space travel.

Casual Space Podcast with Hypergiant Galactic Systems CEO Gary Gattis

The Casual Space podcast host, Beth Mund interviews Hypergiant Galactic System's CEO, Gary Gattis about spending his entire career making video games to doing a late-life transition to AI and Space. When Gary decided it was time to move into the next adventure in his professional career, he asked everyone two important questions that led him to Hypergiant and now believes that AI is essential to secure our place in the universe via space exploration.
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FOR YOUR NEXT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, LOOK TO THE STARS
By Ben Lamm***#AI, #SPACE***

FOR YOUR NEXT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, LOOK TO THE STARS

Technology entrepreneur Ben Lamm outlines three space opportunities for budding founders not interested in building hardware.

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Hypergiant Galactic Systems SEOPs: Affordable Access to Low Earth Orbit

With the advent of mobile phones and mass-produced miniaturized electrical components, satellite construction has become much more affordable. Hypergiant Galactic Systems SEOPs has built a foundation to provide access to space utilizing the International Space Station infrastructure with two launch systems servicing the CubeSat and MicroSat markets. The organization has also built several launch vehicle agnostic products such as dispensers and separation systems with five successful missions.

Hypergiant Chameleon Constellation

Traditional satellite systems are expensive and cost the DoD years, jeopardizing both war and peace time space situational awareness. This is because hardware and software both need to be complete before launch and future adjustments require replacing code, a difficult and dangerous task that can leave systems compromised. Hypergiant's goal is to enable the DoD to put assets in space as quickly as possible and then continuously improve them to maintain superiority with the Chameleon Constellation.

NG-10 Mission: ISS Monitor Cygnus on SSRMS Drifting

NG-10 Mission footage from February 8, 2019 from the ISS Monitor showing all the data being displayed around the release of the Cygnus spacecraft from the SSRMS Canadarm2 robotic arm.

ISS Port Window Cygnus on SSRMS Release

NG-10 Mission footage from February 8, 2019 shows a view from ISS port window in Unity module as Cygnus spacecraft releases from the station’s SSRMS Canadarm2 robotic arm.

Slingshot Install Cygnus Hatch

NG-10 Mission footage from February 2, 2019: as NASA astronaut Anne Mcclain and Canadian Crew members David Saint-Jacques install the Slingshot on the front of the Cygnus spacecraft from the airlock space on the ISS.