NASA Competition Winners Form Small Business to Launch CubeSats into Deep Space
After meeting at an expo in Florida, these technology innovators came together to form Team Miles as a privately owned corporation to compete in NASA’s Cube Quest Centennial Challenge. Their innovative, ionic plasma propulsion technology will fly to deep space on Artemis I, the first integrated test flight of NASA’s Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft. Once in space, Team Miles’s goal is to win the Deep Space Derby, a segment in the final phase of the Cube Quest Challenge. To win, teams must demonstrate communications capabilities from a range of at least 4 million kilometers from Earth – more than 10 times the distance to the Moon. Explore more about this NASA competition: http://www.nasa.gov/cubequest
Industrial Belts in Space: How would Regions of Space industrially develop over time?
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How To Become A Quadrillionaire | Answers With Joe
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Our asteroid belt holds minerals and precious metals worth trillions, even quadrillions of dollars. So could asteroid mining create the first trillionaire? Or is the hype overblown? There are millions of asteroids in the asteroid belt (and perhaps just as many trojan asteroids in Jupiter's orbit), and some of them potentially contain precious metals worth more than all the money in the world. One single asteroid, 16 Psyche, is worth quintillions of dollars. But somehow early pioneers in asteroid mining like Planetary Resources and Deep Space Industries have struggled and gone under. How, in this new space race, with the prices of launching to space falling every year, has asteroid mining not become a thing? The answer, and the reality about asteroid mining, is more complex than we think. Want to support the channel? Here's a few options: Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/answerswithjoe Channel Memberships: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-2YHgc363EdcusLIBbgxzg/join Get cool nerdy t-shirts: http://www.answerswithjoe.com/store Join me on the Our Ludicrous Future Podcast:
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Dr. Frank Witte - Solar System Economy - 22nd Annual International Mars Society Convention
"Changing the Solar System Economy Paradigm" From the 22nd Annual International Mars Society Convention, held at the University of Southern California from October 17-20, 2019. The four-day International Mars Society Convention brings together leading scientists, engineers, aerospace industry representatives, government policymakers and journalists to talk about the latest scientific discoveries, technological advances and political-economic developments that could help pave the way for a human mission to the planet Mars. Conference Papers and some presentations will be available on www.MarsPapers.org For more information on the Mars Society, visit our website at www.MarsSociety.org
James Gilley - The Economic Value of Mars - 22nd Annual International Mars Society Convention
"The Economic Value of Mars" From the 22nd Annual International Mars Society Convention, held at the University of Southern California from October 17-20, 2019. The four-day International Mars Society Convention brings together leading scientists, engineers, aerospace industry representatives, government policymakers and journalists to talk about the latest scientific discoveries, technological advances and political-economic developments that could help pave the way for a human mission to the planet Mars. Conference Papers and some presentations will be available on www.MarsPapers.org For more information on the Mars Society, visit our website at www.MarsSociety.org
Bruce Mackenzie - Mars Exports for Interplanetary Trade - 22nd Annual Mars Society Convention
"Mars Exports for Interplanetary Trade" From the 22nd Annual International Mars Society Convention, held at the University of Southern California from October 17-20, 2019. The four-day International Mars Society Convention brings together leading scientists, engineers, aerospace industry representatives, government policymakers and journalists to talk about the latest scientific discoveries, technological advances and political-economic developments that could help pave the way for a human mission to the planet Mars. Conference Papers and some presentations will be available on www.MarsPapers.org For more information on the Mars Society, visit our website at www.MarsSociety.org
The Race to Mine the Moon Is Taking Off, Here's What's Coming
NASA's quest to explore deep space is energizing a space mining boom on the Moon.
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» Visit our shop at http://shop.seeker.com We’re going into a totally different phase of space; in order to continue exploring further into the great unknown, we are going to need the resources to do so. And it is simply too expensive to put everything a mission could possibly need on a rocket to space, and there’s actually a lot of resources in space we can utilize, it is just a matter of figuring out how. Enter: the Colorado School of Mines and Angel Abbud-Madrid who has been focused on the potential of space resources for decades. In this double feature Focal Point, we sit down with Angel, the Director of the Center for Space Resources at the Colorado School of Mines, to learn more about how mining the Moon works, why it is important, and what lunar mining could mean for the next generation of space exploration. Space resources are key if we want to explore further, and the Moon is the ultimate proving ground and is shaping up to be a critical destination in the 2020s. The big vision? Establish it as a celestial boomtown, where new technologies can be tested and the moon’s raw materials can be harnessed to power future missions. NASA plans to launch its own VIPER (Volatile Investigating Polar Exploration Rover) mission in late 2022, which entails sending a golf cart-sized rover to the Moon to prospect for water ice at the Moon’s south pole. Find out more about the future of space mining on the Moon and the next space frontier in this Focal Point, and stay tuned for Part 2 to learn more about what it will take to actually turn the moon’s water into rocket fuel. #spacemining #moon #NASA #resources #VIPER #space #FocalPoint #Seeker #Science Read More: Why mining the water on the Moon could open up space exploration
“What if instead of taking all the propellant you need with you from Earth, you refill your gas tank with propellant that’s already in space? Then, deep-space missions become more like cross-country road trips.” The moon, Mars and beyond… the space race in 2020
“Space missions of a startling variety and ambition are scheduled for launch this year. Indeed, space engineers have not planned so much activity – for both manned and robot projects – since the heady days of the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union in the 1960s. At last, humanity is returning to explore the heavens with renewed vigour.” Space Mining — Learning How To Fuel An Interplanetary Gas Station
“If people ever want to land on Mars, or explore beyond it, it's too expensive to rocket everything these missions will ever need from Earth. You need interplanetary gas stations on the moon or on asteroids, extracting raw materials to fuel future deep space missions. Angel Abbud-Madrid has been studying space resources at the School of Mines for two decades and directs the new degree programs. He said there is a lot in space that humans could find useful.” ____________________ Our scientific understanding of the universe is advancing at an unprecedented rate. Join Focal Point as we meet the people building tomorrow’s world. Witness the astonishing discoveries that will propel humanity forward and zero-in on the places where science-fiction becomes science-reality. Seeker empowers the curious to understand the science shaping our world. We tell award-winning stories about the natural forces and groundbreaking innovations that impact our lives, our planet, and our universe. Visit the Seeker website https://www.seeker.com Seeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/ Focal Point on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FocalPointShow/ Seeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seeker
Introducing Virgin Orbit's Interplanetary Service
With the addition of a third stage housed within the rocket’s fairing, LauncherOne can send cutting-edge satellites on a ride
past LEO into deep space. We’ve run the numbers, and we think we’ve got a solid engineering plan for ways to use a third stage to launch payloads not only into LEO, MEO, and GEO, but even towards the Moon, any of the Earth-Moon LaGrange points, various main-belt asteroids, Venus, or Mars. With this simple adaptation, LauncherOne unlocks the ability to deliver enough mass to interplanetary destinations to conduct some really valuable smallsat missions, whether that’s studying the potential for extraterrestrial life or learning more about the chemical composition of far-flung worlds.
Space capitalism: Is asteroid mining and space colonization legal? | Peter Ward
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The Skylon - Our Future Ride To Space? | Answers With Joe
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Imagine if getting into space were as easy as a plane flight? One of the most promising technologies is an engine called SABRE that would enable a plane to climb all the way into space. And the space plane attached to that engine could be the Skylon Space Plane from Reaction Engines. But does it have the right stuff? Support me on Patreon!
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A Parking Spot for Future Commercial Flights to the Space Station on This Week @NASA–August 23, 2019
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Technology for a space economy | INTERVIEW
Grab some popcorn as we chat to Tethers Unlimited CEO Rob Hoyt about the technology needed for enabling humanity to build and manufacture in space. Tethers Unlimited build in-space plastic recyclers, CubeSat robot arms, deorbiters for small satellites, water-based propulsion systems and more!
Why SpaceX is Making Starlink
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NASA announces plans to let tourists visit International Space Station
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NASA Opens ISS to Commercial Opportunities, NASDAQ, June 7, 2019
On June 7, 2019, NASA staged a media event at NASDAQ headquarters in New York City to announce it is opening the International Space Station for commercial business so U.S. industry innovation and ingenuity can accelerate a thriving commercial economy in low-Earth orbit. The press release is at: https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-opens-international-space-station-to-new-commercial-opportunities-private We're on Twitter at @WordsmithFL.
NASA to allow commercial visits to International Space Station
CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joins CBSN to discuss NASA's announcement that commercial astronauts will be allowed to travel to the International Space Station starting next year.
Private Space and a resurgence of NASA with Rod Pyle - Orbit 12.09
Space historian and author Rod Pyle joins us once more to talk about settling our solar system via Space 2.0. We go in to the private space sector, NASA and the recent SLS/Orion announcements as well as some fun stories from Rod. If you're interested in Rod Pyle's books you can see those here:
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The first uncrewed Commercial Crew Flight Test is complete on This Week @NASA – March 8, 2019
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