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NewSpace BPC 2015: East Coast Regional Competition

28th of Oct 2015

Aurthor: Sadia Afroz

Every year, NewSpace holds a conference inviting experts and enthusiasts from all over the world to talk about news, companies and their space reared innovations. NewSpace, an aspect of Space Frontier Foundation, holds an annual conference every year. NewSpace 2016 will be held in Seattle this year[...]

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NewSpace NYC Business Plan Competition 2015

27th of Oct 2015

Aurthor: Khaki Rodway

Kepler Communications Wins NewSpace Business Competition in Manhattan. Kepler Communications, a space startup in Toronto, Canada, landed first place in the Space Frontier Foundation’s Northeast Regional NewSpace Business Plan Competition (BPC)[...]

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Dr. Garret Schneider at NewSpace

26th of Aug 2015

Aurthor: Sadia Afroz

War stories are traditionally historical tales we are privileged to hear from veterans. The stories we’ve heard resonate brutal tales and plightful missions, but there is another side of war stories which goes hand in hand with games, space and science. Space and the government's efforts in aeronautics are intertwined because the mission of humanity is to explore further beyond the horizon and the stars.[...]

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#PlutoPalooza at the Explorer’s Club

#PlutoPalooza at the Explorer’s Club

24th of May 2015

Aurthor: Sadia Afroz

The Explorers Club is located in the heart of New York City, hosting the premiere expeditionary moments of the world since its inception in 1904. This society has served generations of explorers and scientists[...]

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Fiat Physica at NewSpace NYC

Fiat Physica at NewSpace NYC

17th of May 2015

Aurthor: Sadia Afroz

“Physics is all around us, from quantum physics to the theory of relativity”, dictated Dr. Mark G. Jackson at the NewSpace NYC meetup this past Friday. If you have used a smart phone, then you have held a device utilizing the principles of quantum mechanics[...]

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Did you know you could launch a pico-satellite for less than $10,000?

2nd April 2015

Aurthor: Kjell Hegstad

That has been headline news lately and time will tell. The cost of sending a satellite in space is indeed being reduced at a rapid rate. Currently one industry benchmark is to use $/kilo and the current rate is about $50K/kilo[...]

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