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Constellations is your connection to the innovators, business leaders, entrepreneurs and policy makers who are making—and remaking—today’s satellite and space networks. Whether you’re in the industry or just have a desire to learn, this podcast is for you. For more information and to subscribe to the biweekly newsletter go to www.ConstellationsMag.com
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The NewSpace India podcast brings you insights by providing glimpses of the past, addresses the present challenges and installs a vision for the future from experts who have been involved in India's space activities. Stay connected to the space community by joining the Telegram group using the link below https://t.me/spaceindia
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With the space economy generating close to a third of a trillion dollars globally each year and headed to being a trillion dollar economy, it's clear more focus needs to be put on what's driving the economy. We'll explore all aspects of the space economy including the trends, opportunities and challenges. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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NewSpaceVision's goal is to grow the European (New)Space startup scene and build awareness for the unique applications of space-related hard and software. NSV acts as the starting point for aspiring entrepreneurs and skillful engineers from all kinds of fields to find contact points to existing companies or find colleagues, inspirations and resources to start their own venture. linkedin.com/company/newspacevision twitter.com/NewSpaceVision instagram.com/newspacevision facebook.com/newspacevi ...
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AdAstra With is a new show that brings the thoughts and ideals of top NewSpace and Clean Tech industry leaders and game changers to the masses with authentic conversation and discussions on hot industry topics! Our hosts Seyka and Brian Mejeur, the founders of AdAstra Talent Advisors, sit down with guests and unpack big questions while discovering more about the people that drive unimaginable technology.
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On the Constellations Podcast we’ll discuss the Space Development Agency (SDA) looking at taking capabilities and technologies that are already mature and integrating them into a solution for the military. During this episode, Colonel Kalliroi Landry, Space Development Agency, will discuss why the commercial model is attractive to the SDA, the chal…
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As more than 80 percent of global trade volume is shipped by sea, countries’ participation in the international supply chains depends on reliable maritime connectivity. In this podcast, Pacôme Révillon, CEO of Novaspace, joins us to explain the role of satellite in solving this challenge including the ROI of maritime connectivity, the outlook on au…
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In today's episode, we are "Bridging the Gap" with Vera Pinto - Policy Coordinator at the European Commission (Directorate General for Defense Industry and Space). The discussion covers Vera's diverse background in international relations, political science, and space policy, and her current role focusing on equality, diversity, inclusion, and the …
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In this podcast episode, Nithish Kumar, an aerospace engineer working with the VC firm Speciale Invest, shares his diverse experiences ranging from space education and outreach to entrepreneurship. Nithish recounts his proud yet failed passion project, ALINEA, which aimed to be a startup pitching platform inspired by Shark Tank, and how it marked a…
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As space becomes increasingly dynamic, the industry is turning to software to move faster, become more automated, and agile. This is evident in how satellites and ground systems are becoming much more software defined, integrated, and orchestrated to enable new and more flexible business models. In this Constellations Podcast, we have with us an ou…
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In this episode, Asitang Mishra, a senior data scientist from JPL NASA, and Nitish Kumar, an AI team lead from ISRO, discuss the current and future applications of Artificial Intelligence in space exploration. They delve into how AI is transforming space missions, from satellite imagery analysis and space debris modeling to the automation of spacec…
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Listen to Colonel Michael Christensen, currently stationed at the Pentagon and serving as the director of test and evaluation for the US Space Force. Discover why it's imperative to transform our testing approach to meet the unique challenges of space. Learn about the significance of integrated testing and why involving real operators in test teams…
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Last year Space Foundation valued the space economy at $546 billion, a number they expect to reach $772 billion by 2027. Through technological advancements and decreased barriers to entry companies across the globe have entered the space ecosystem in hopes off growing their businesses portfolios and revenue streams. Hear Kelli Kedis Ogborn, Vice Pr…
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This episode of 'Those Space People' features Alice Carruth, a podcast producer at T-Minus Space Daily Podcast for a deep dive into the world of space podcasting. Alice discusses her role as a podcast producer, the similarities and differences in podcast production within the space industry, and her career journey from broadcast journalism to becom…
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Bulent Altan, founder of Alpine Space Ventures and former VP at SpaceX, shares his journey in the space industry and provides insights into the evolving space ecosystem. He emphasizes the importance of quick decision-making and the need for companies to focus on commercialization of services and products. Altan discusses the growth of the European …
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On this Constellations Podcast hear about a communications network that does not have to touch the Internet. Declan Ganley, CEO of Rivada and Konrad Nieradka, Vice President of Product Management of Rivada discuss connected communications with a laser mesh network in space and how standards like Carrier Ethernet are shaping the future of enterprise…
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This episode of “Thermal Lens” features Mary Langsdale, an Environmental Scientist at King’s College London. Mary has a background in mathematics and a Phd in remote sensing. In this episode, Mary delves into her recent multi-national ESA and NASA co-funded air-borne and ground campaign that aimed to quantify the effect of directionality on land su…
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In the history of space, satellite terminal designs have expanded and changed with the needs of end use cases and at the mercy of demanding applications…but not more so than the past 10 years. Hear John Finney, CEO of ALL.SPACE, explain the details and drivers advancing terminal technology for true high performance multi-orbit connectivity on the m…
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This episode of “Thermal Lens” features Charlie Siggs, Commercial Agronomist at constellr. constellr is a German satellite company providing thermal intelligence for better resource accountability in agriculture. They build satellites for imaging in thermal wavelengths, which allow analysing water stress in plants. Charlie has a background in agric…
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In the past, “mission-adaptable” was not a phrase used to describe a satellite. Hear Sethu Saveda Suvanam, CEO and Found of ReOrbit, explain how on-board computing is fundamentally changing the way data moves in space – and how it can maximize data access security and speed.By Kratos
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Roxana Dumitru is the COO & co-founder at ParaLoon. ParaLoon is a new space start-up aspiring to harness space based solar power for both space and on Earth using inflatable parabolic balloon structures. With a background in architecture, civil engineering, and physics, Roxana shares her journey from these fields to space entrepreneurship. She disc…
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Satellite has often been viewed as a transport of last resort, however that is rapidly changing as satellite networks digitally transform and adopt standards to become like today’s mainstream telecom networks. In this podcast episode, find out how standards such as Carrier Ethernet are playing a critical role in enabling satellite and telecommunica…
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Take a deep dive with John Taylor, Chief Engineer for Swedish Space Corporation, into the technology behind advancing satellite ground systems in flexibility, scalability, and standardization. Many satellite industry players are embracing the “as-a-service” model for satellite service delivery especially in earth observation. Find out how today’s g…
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This week, we’re proud to feature a unique story. Our guest interned at both Blue Origin and SpaceX in the early 2000s, later becoming Skybox’s (now Planet Labs' Terra Bella) 3rd employee, after his professor encouraged the would-be founders to start the company following a university competition. It’s not surprising he’s been at the forefront of s…
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The space sector in the Middle East is highly dynamic, growing and being driven by evolving national ambitions and strategies. Leveraging their vast financial resources and strategic geographic location, the Middle East nations have increasingly gained prominence in the global space industry. Here to discuss the space sector development in the Midd…
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2021 saw a record amount of private investment in space, followed by a significant downturn in 2022. Investments in the space sector once again fell in 2023, but many venture capitalists expect significant growth looking forward to the next few years. Space can be a tricky investment, requiring a long term view, but companies like Blue Origin and S…
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On the Constellations Podcast, we’ll discuss the DoD using commercial space capabilities, from launch to ISR data. During this episode, Dave Gauthier, Chief Strategy Officer, GXO, Inc., will discuss the challenges of DoD acquisition methods, the shift towards information services and leaning on the commercial industry for the critical advantage. Th…
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In today’s episode, we’re “Bridging the Gap” with Shelli Brunswick - the COO of Space Foundation. Space Foundation is a non-profit organization leading space awareness activities, educational programs and major industry events and is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA. All through her distinguished career as a program management leader a…
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You don't really have to know Walter to pick up on the fact that he's a leader. When he arrived at our office for this episode, we hadn't given him the floor number. So, before our producer had time to offer him a welcome downstairs, Walter had already taken the elevator to the top and was methodically eliminating options as he descended. "I figure…
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A digital transformation has begun in the modelling and simulation of spacecrafts. Today complete complex simulations can occur within minutes as opposed to days. Legacy desktop software solutions and costly in-house machines are being replaced by high-performance and scalable simulation in the cloud. Bridging the virtual and physical world has the…
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On the Constellations podcast, hear how the White House wants to impact the next generation of space exploration. During this episode, Dr. Ezinne Uzo-Okoro, Assistant Director for Space Policy at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) talks about space weather, Earth observation, and space data. There are several areas that …
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The idea of High Altitude Platform Stations (HAPS) is not new…it has been around since 1945, but over the years the technology has been evolving and maturing to be able to effectively support the needs of the market. This is in large part because of a growing number of new players and approaches in the HAPS market moving beyond technology demonstra…
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“Calibration is the poor step-child of remote sensing designs” - Ellis Freedman Welcome back to the second part of our conversation with Ellis Freedman, the founder of Serious Science. In the previous episode, Ellis talked about the differences between big space missions and smaller newspace ones. Today, we're diving into thermal mission design. We…
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An investor's guide to earth observation: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/daniel-seidel-979524137_i-wrote-an-investors-guide-to-earth-observation-activity-7117028884901949441-Wo61?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop Yuk’s succes was not simple - not unlike his journey. Yuk used to be an officer in the Singapore army, as the head of maintenenc…
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On this Constellations Podcast, we explore taking advantage of high-speed bandwidth that coherent light free space optics can provide and driving that capacity into space. During this episode, Chris Taylor, CEO of Aalyria talks about connecting everything we touch through sea, air and space. He discusses spectrum being finite and explains that by u…
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Join us in today's episode as we sit down with Ellis Freedman, the founder of Serious Science, a US-based consulting company specializing in satellite imaging systems. With over 40 years of experience in radiometry for infrared (IR) and VSWIR imaging, Ellis brings a wealth of knowledge from diverse remote sensing missions, including NASA's Landsat …
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