If you celebrated American Thanksgiving yesterday, you’re probably full to gills and can barely walk. There is good news though. Scoring a $20 pass for TC Sessions: Space 2021 only requires a few clicks—no cardio needed—before our Black Friday sale ends Sunday, Nov 28 at 11:59 pm (PT). Maximum savings for minimal effort – keep $95 in your pocket.
Join the global community of space visionaries – founders, creators, scientists, investors and policy winners – for two days dedicated to funding, building and sustaining the new space economy driven by both the public and private sectors.
Here are some presentations on tap:
support the brightest Space is an art in the later stage of company funding, especially as the picture of an exit for this sector is still starting to take shape. We’ll talk to Tess Hatch of BVP, Sean Maguire of Sequoia and Lisa Rich of Hemisphere to learn also how they evaluate which companies look primed for growth.
Bringing NASA to the Moon and Back – Kathy Lueders heads the new Space Operations Mission Directorate, which is responsible for activities in orbit and, soon, beyond. How will he and NASA face the unprecedented challenge of establishing a permanent human presence on the Moon?
From building the space economy to excursion – DCVC partner, Chris Boshuizen has not only supported several major space companies including Rocket Lab, he has also founded one of the pioneers in Planet Labs. But he also has the rare distinction of being able to say that he has personally traveled to space for Blue Origin, and we’ll hear from him about that experience.
space tourism begins – Blue Origin’s 2021 included its first voyages to space for paying passengers – which included company founder Jeff Bezos and TV starship captain William Shatner. Ariane Cornell, the company’s director of astronaut and orbital sales, will tell us what it’s like to retail those rides.
View the event agenda to learn more about other-worldly developments in the launch system, on-orbit operations and servicing, collecting lunar samples, and in-space propulsion systems.
There is much more to explore. For example, meet 10 exciting early-stage space startups on display at the Virtual Expo. You never know where or when you might meet a unicorn in space.
TC Session: Space 2021 takes place on December 14-15. Buy your $20 pass before the leftover Pumpkin Pie starts and save $95 now. Our Black Friday sale ends it Sunday, November 28 Feather 11:59 PM (PT),
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