Month: April 2022

  • OAC Partners with Lifeship to Send Art to The Moon

    OAC Partners with Lifeship to Send Art to The Moon

    Aspiring artists, young and old can participate in the first space art exhibit organized by Orbital Assembly Corporation (OAC), the only company advancing the development and operation of the first commercially viable, space-based business park with gravity, and LifeShip, a community space program to connect people with space exploration through a mission to expand life outwards.

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  • Andre Bormanis Joins OAC Advisory Board

    Andre Bormanis Joins OAC Advisory Board

    Star Trek Writer, NASA Scientist, and Television Producer Andre Bormanis Named to the Orbital Assembly Corporation Advisory Board Huntsville, AL…April 14, 2022 — Orbital Assembly Corporation (OAC), the only company advancing the development and operation of a commercially viable, space-based business park with gravity, has named Andre Bormanis, scientist, Star Trek TV series writer and television producer to […]

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  • Martin Elvis – All About Asteroids

    Martin Elvis – All About Asteroids

    This week we have a great interview for you with an old colleague, Dr. Martin Elvis, where we talk about asteroids and how space resources will be vital to building an off Earth economy and civilization.

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  • 100 Year Starship and UC Irvine Partner with OAC to Study Gravity and Human Health Aboard Space Habitats

    100 Year Starship and UC Irvine Partner with OAC to Study Gravity and Human Health Aboard Space Habitats

    OAC is partnering with the 100 Year Starship initiative, founded and led former astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison. University of California Irvine professor Ronke Olabisi, Ph.D. will also collaborate on the study of Gravity and Human Health Aboard Space Habitats.

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  • Shawna Pandya – Medical Risks of Spaceflight

    Shawna Pandya – Medical Risks of Spaceflight

    In this episode we have an excellent interview with Dr. Shawna Pandya talking about the medical risks of long duration spaceflight, and what we can do to better understand, and mitigate, these risks.

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  • FWT 15: April 2022

    FWT 15: April 2022

    In this week’s update Tim talks about the our relocation to Huntsville, and makes exciting announcements about our Art Contest and new science research. He also answers live questions from the audience.

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