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The Future of Computing on Earth and in Space

Dr. Sadas Shankar, from SLAC National Laboratory and Stanford University, and focused on the future of computing, energy and material limits of silicon and the relative efficiency of biologic systems to our human-built computers.

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Will Space Elevators ruin SpaceX’s Business Model?

Are Space Elevators science fiction, or near-term reality? In this episode we talk with Dr. Dennis Wright and got an excellent primer on the realities and current progress on the design and use of Space Elevators!

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Press Releases

First Orbital Retail Store in Space on Pioneer Station

Orbital Assembly (OA), developer of the first space park with gravity, today announced a strategic collaboration with Dream Big World to develop the first terrestrial retail experience in space at the GITEX X-VERSE experience in Dubai. The companies announced their development partnership at a briefing at X-VERSE at GITEX on Oct. 11th at the Dubai World Trade Center.

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Micro Meat to Provide food on Pioneer Station

Micro Meat, a pioneer in the alternative protein industry, and Orbital Assembly (OA), developer of space-based business parks with variable gravity, have signed a memorandum of understanding to co-develop cultivated meat production systems in space.

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Orbital Assembly to Present at SUTUS 2022

Orbital Assembly (OA), developer of the first space hotel and business park will present an update on its Pioneer-class space station and discuss future vacationing in space at the Space and Underwater Tourism Universal Summit on September 28th at Les Roches in Marbella, Spain.

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Our Future In Space

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We Choose to Go to the Moon…

If the Artemis mission eventually succeeds, it will be another milestone in humanity’s evolution into the cosmos. It could also mark the beginning of a movement from mission to migration, and a recognition that space exploration above all else benefits the Earth.

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