The space industry, like most others, is roaring back after a year on simmer waiting to wake up from this nightmare called COVID.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and commercial companies are moving quickly towards increasing the human exploration and use of space.
SESA brings together space influencers, innovators, groundbreakers, and decision-makers within all areas of the space community – astronauts, astrobiologists, engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs, educators, associations, and policymakers.
More and more organizations have begun pivoting to a virtual conference. There are a number of reasons why virtual conferences are gaining momentum.
In the last two weeks, two of the world’s most eccentric billionaires have claimed they went to space.
So attention now turns to Elon Musk, Tesla automaker and founder of Space X Corp. He is the third member of the very exclusive billionaires club of space enthusiasts.
British billionaire entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson won the first round last week when he and his crew flew his Virgin Galactic spacecraft, the VSS Unity spaceplane, to the edge of space.
Popularity in civilian space travel is increasing as several of the world’s billionaires have an ongoing friendly competition.