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With NewSpaceVision we want to grow the European (New)Space start up scene and build awareness for the interesting applications of space related hard and software. NewSpaceVision acts as the starting point for aspiring entrepreneurs and skilful engineers from all kinds of fields to find contact points to existing companies or find colleagues, inspirations and resources to start their own venture.

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With NewSpaceVision we want to grow the European (New)Space start up scene and build awareness for the interesting applications of space related hard and software. NewSpaceVision acts as the starting point for aspiring entrepreneurs and skilful engineers from all kinds of fields to find contact points to existing companies or find colleagues, inspirations and resources to start their own venture.

    #13: The Decade of In-Space Infrastructure has arrived (feat. Jeffrey Manber, CEO of Nanoracks)

    #13: The Decade of In-Space Infrastructure has arrived (feat. Jeffrey Manber, CEO of Nanoracks)

    In our November Episode of the NewSpaceVision Podcast we invite Jeffrey Manber, CEO of Nanoracks, to talk about his role in the commercialization of Mir Station and his fascinating time of working with the Russians in the 90s for Energia and later for MirCorp. Nanoracks was founded 2009 and is headquartered in Houston, TX. In its efforts to democratize space access, Nanoracks is the first New Space company to market and own in-space hardware on the ISS for satellite deployment. We talk about Nanoracks unique business model, Jeff’s near-term in-space-manufacturing ideas and the next commercial cash cow in space. We will also hear about Nanoracks first upcoming demonstration mission in 2021 and valuable advice for New Space entrepreneurs. The decade of in-space infrastructure has arrived!

    S h o w   N o t e s

    Guest: Jeffrey Manber

    Hosts: Daniel Seidel, Sven Przywarra

    Speaker Intro/Outro: Karoline Stegemann

    Production: Nina Stary

    Organization: Nina Stary

    Subscribe to the NewSpaceVision Newsletter: https://newspacevision.com/#about

    Email your thoughts, comments and questions to nina@newspace.vision.

    Follow Nanoracks:


    Website (www.nanoracks.com)

    Linkedin Nanoracks(www.linkedin.com/company/nanoracks-llc)

    Twitter Nanoracks(@Nanoracks)

    Twitter Jeffrey Manber (@jeffmanber)

    Read about Nanoracks Outpost Program (www.nanoracks.com/outpost)


    Follow NewSpaceVision:


    Website (www.newspacevision.com)

    Linkedin (www.linkedin.com/company/newspacevision)

    Twitter (@NewSpaceVision)

    Instagram (@NewSpaceVision)

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    #12: The First Successful Private Mission to the Moon (feat. Yonatan Winetraub, Co-Founder of SpaceIL)

    #12: The First Successful Private Mission to the Moon (feat. Yonatan Winetraub, Co-Founder of SpaceIL)

    For our October Episode, we invited Yonatan Winetraub, Co-Founder of SpaceIL - an Israli non profit organization established to participate in the Google Lunar XPrize contest in 2011 which launched the very first privately funded Moon Mission with its Lunar Lander Beresheet. The spacecraft made Israel the 7th country to ever accomplish to enter an orbit around the moon. Join us in an inspiring conversation about the founding story of SpaceIL and how it fascinated a whole generation of kids in Israel, the different design phases of the Lunar Lander, the SpaceIL team structure, the exceptional funding situation, Yonatans role in the Beresheet development, technical challenges during the development stages, an indication on upcoming plans of the company and of course mind-boggling and nerve-racking insights on the last few moments of the mission in April 2019 before the spacecraft collided with the lunar surface while attempting to land on the moon. Despite all that, SpaceIL’s Beresheet mission is the closest a private entity has come so far to landing on the lunar surface, it provided valuable information and learning experiences for future private missions to the moon and above all, inspired a whole generation of kids in Israel and NewSpace companies around the world. Lastly, to put it in Yonatan Winetraubs words “if you crashed a pa rty, you still had a good time”.



    S H O W  N O T E S


    Guest: Yonatan Winetraub
    Hosts: Daniel Seidel, Sven Przywarra
    Speaker Intro/Outro: Karoline Stegemann
    Production: Jeevanantham Saravanan
    Organization: Nina Stary

    Email your thoughts, comments and questions to nina@newspace.vision.



    Follow SpaceIL:


    Website (www.spaceil.com)
    Linkedin SpaceIL (www.linkedin.com/company/spaceil)
    Twitter (@TeamSpaceIL)
    Beresheet Mission Article with fantastic photos (www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2019/04/spaceil-beresheet-first-privately-funded-israeli-spacecraft-crash-lands-on-moon)


    Follow NewSpaceVision:


    Website (www.newspacevision.com)
    Subscribe to the NewSpaceVision Newsletter: https://newspacevision.com/#about
    Linkedin (www.linkedin.com/company/newspacevision)
    Twitter (@NewSpaceVision)
    Instagram (@NewSpaceVision)

    • 41 min
    #11: The Bright Future of Radar Satellites (feat. Joerg F. Herrmann, SVP of Capella Space)

    #11: The Bright Future of Radar Satellites (feat. Joerg F. Herrmann, SVP of Capella Space)

    The NSV September Episode is all about radar satellites and its applications. We invited a very special guest who helped to shape and grow the SAR Satellite Industry in the 90s and 2000s in Germany like no other: Joerg F. Herrmann, former founding CEO of the TerraSAR-X services entity Infoterra, Sr. business development executive at Airbus Defense and now Sr. VP at Capella Space. From first endeavors to the first wave of commercialization of SAR. Join us for a conversation about the creation of Germany’s first Digital Elevation Model in early 2000 to TerraSAR and TandemSAR as well as differences of working for a U.S. start-up compared to his time in Germany, building the TerraSAR. We explore the question: Why is Germany currently lacking a private German SAR constellation with the ambition of Capella Space, Iceye, PredaSAR (U.S.) or Synspective (Japan) or a leading new space hardware startup? ...and even dare to ask: Is there an underutilization of SAR technology?

    • 38 min
    #10: Implementing the Henry Ford Moment to Satellite Manufacturing (feat. Tom Segert, CEO of Berlin Space Technologies)

    #10: Implementing the Henry Ford Moment to Satellite Manufacturing (feat. Tom Segert, CEO of Berlin Space Technologies)

    In this month’s episode, we welcome Tom Segert, the CEO of Berlin Space Technologies (BST). A Berlin-based New Space Company that offers reliable and cost efficient solutions for small satellites with a very global customer base. BST is currently pushing Satellite Manufacturing to a whole new level: Mass production. We talk with Tom about the company’s approach to satellite manufacturing, vertical integration, software innovation and, of course, the progress of their satellite assembly line of the factory in India.

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    #9: Is there a Business Case for Mars? (feat. Jake Robins, Host and Producer of WeMartians)

    #9: Is there a Business Case for Mars? (feat. Jake Robins, Host and Producer of WeMartians)

    The upcoming Mars 2020 launch of NASA got us thinking: Is there actually a business case for Mars? Jake Robins, Host and Producer of the WeMartians Podcasts and an incredibly passionate Mars enthusiast joins us to discuss the current state of the Red Planet and its promising missions in 2020. Together, we explore a variety of thinkable business cases for Mars. Just in the dawn of the approaching launch of NASA’s Mars Perseverance mission in July, be sure to not miss the launch window for this Red Planet Podcast.

    • 42 min
    #8: How Spire Global jump-started its Satellite Empire (feat. Jeroen Cappaert, CTO & Co-Founder of Spire)

    #8: How Spire Global jump-started its Satellite Empire (feat. Jeroen Cappaert, CTO & Co-Founder of Spire)

    Jeroen Cappaert, CTO and Co-Founder of Spire Global joins us to talk about how the data analytics company jump-started its satellite empire. We talk about how Spire acts as a New Space role model with a fully vertical integration and end-to-end thinking. Jeroen shares insights about from their nanosatellite constellation, funding rounds, the company’s growth processes and tech team organization to work at high frequency, their most challenging satellite launches and where he sees the differences between the U.S and the E.U. in terms of New Space.

    • 44 min

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