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1704, 2020

Scientists Use Art to Explore the Cosmos

By |April 17th, 2020|

Science and the arts are specialized fields that don’t necessarily seem to go hand-in-hand, but in reality both are deeply intertwined and there is a case to be made that they enhance one another. For [...]

603, 2020

Facilitating Sustainable Economics in Space Exploration

By |March 6th, 2020|

Financial sustainability is essential to any effective and successful industry. The same can be said of today’s space sector. Although NASA works earnestly with private companies to innovate and save money, it continues to suffer [...]

2102, 2020

Space Industry Spotlight: Commercial Spaceflight Federation

By |February 21st, 2020|

The NewSpace industry’s evolving economy is redefining the way we explore the universe and our purpose in it. As the need for more technologies and other space exploration innovations multiplies, several organizations have cropped up [...]

1001, 2020

The Industry Trends Shaping Space Exploration

By |January 10th, 2020|

A car in the sun’s orbit. Space-bound passenger pods with window seats that allow paying customers to have a perfect view once they reach space. Reusable rockets carrying passengers and cargo into space and to [...]

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Dylan Taylor

Chairman & CEO
Voyager Space Holdings

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2205, 2020

The NewSpace Industry Can Help Unite Cross-Generational Workers

It’s evident that cross-generational workers, raised in different decades with different work norms, generally work differently. A recent study from the SHRM Foundation indicates that these generational differences add to workplace communication challenges, different value [...]

805, 2020

Returning to the Moon

Over half a century since the Apollo 11 space mission, humans are finally (hopefully) returning to the moon in 2024. As NASA Artemis 3 Program plans its lunar exploration with commercial and international partners, it’s [...]