Cyber Monday savings are here – for today only, book a pass for TC Sessions: Space 2022 and save 50% on all available passes. This one-day exploration event focusing on early-stage space startups, trends, science and technology in the private, public and defense universes takes place on December 6 in Los Angeles.
Don’t miss: Book your pass now at 50% off before savings expire on tonight 11:59 PM PST.
Join some of the leading voices in the space industry to learn about the latest advances, goals and challenges – both technical and financial – from the people in the trenches who are building and funding the future of space. Consider that too. We are expecting over 1,000 attendees at this event; top founders, investors, engineers, executives, military and government officials – an unparalleled heavenly body for networking.
Looking for startups to help secure the space
The commercial space sector has succeeded in driving down the cost of space technology while massively increasing its capabilities. The U.S. defense apparatus has traditionally favored legacy industrial partners, but it has shown growing interest in turning to startups and new space ventures to secure the space domain for the United States and its allies, and we’ll hear why. and commentary from Air Force Assistant Secretary for Space Acquisitions and Integration Frank Calvelli.
Asking and answering humanity’s greatest questions
After six years as head of NASA’s science mission directorate, Thomas Zurbuchen is a familiar face to anyone who has followed the agency’s many interplanetary and orbital missions. Now ready to move on to his next chapter, Zurbuchen will explain how NASA, its mission, and the science it performs are changing — but they matter more than ever.
Building business operations in orbit
A new generation of companies is working to establish permanent commercial operations in orbit and on the Moon. But they probably won’t be able to do that without government and defense partnerships. We’ll talk with Steve Jurczyk, cc-founder and CEO of Quantum Space, and executives from ispace and the United States Space Force, about how these partnerships can foster a thriving orbital economy.
Don’t miss seeing early-stage space startups exhibiting at the show and be sure to be in the room for the TechCrunch Space Pitch-off featuring a handful of space startups as they bring the heat in front of a live audience. – and a panel of VC experts, including Jory Bell (Playground Global), Mark Boggett (Seraphim Space), Tess Hatch (Bessemer Partners) and Emily Henriksson (Root Ventures).
TC Sessions: Space 2022 takes place on December 6 in Los Angeles, but you only have T-minus five days left to lock down a tractor beam on the savings. Buy your pass for just $99.50 before the deal fell apart on tonight at 11:59 p.m. PST precisely. We look forward to seeing you in LA!
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