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The Space Café Podcast #78: Terhi Vapola – Greencode Ventures, Green Investments, Digital Transformation and the Future of Space Technology

SpaceWatch.Global is pleased to present: The Space Café Podcast #78: Terhi Vapola - Greencode Ventures, Green Investments, Digital Transformation and the Future of Space Technology. In this episode, Terhi Vapola, Co-founder of Greencode Venture, discusses the role of green investments, digital transformation, and the future of space technology in tackling climate change and promoting sustainable development. Key topics include the role of venture capital in supporting green startups, the importance of digitalization in the energy sector, and the potential of space technology in addressing global challenges.

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The Space Café Podcast #77: Matt Russo – Astrophysicist and Sound Wizard, the Surprising Appeal of Sounds from Space

In this fascinating episode of the Space Cafe Podcast, host Markus Mooslechner is joined by Dr. Matt Russo, an astrophysicist, and musician, to discuss the connection between space and music. They delve into Dr. Russo's journey from a musician to an astrophysicist, the sound of gravitational waves, and the idea of life beyond Earth. The conversation also covers the importance of interdisciplinary collaborations and the role of music in understanding the universe.

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The Space Café Podcast #76: Niklas Hedman, UNOOSA: Exploring the Intersection of Space Industry and International Diplomacy (with a surprising twist)

In episode 76 of the Space Cafe Podcast, host Markus Mooslechner interviews Niklas Hedman, the acting director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), about the challenges and opportunities of space exploration. They discuss topics such as international cooperation, space debris, and the potential benefits of space exploration for sustainable development.

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The Space Café Podcast #75: Midge Goldberg: Exploring the Intersection of Space Science and Poetry

Midge Goldberg's insights on the intersection of science and poetry are fascinating and thought-provoking. Her book, "Outer Space - 100 Poems” is a great example of how science and poetry can work together to create something unique and beautiful. As technology advances, the question of whether machines can replace human poets becomes more relevant, but Goldberg believes that the emotional and human elements of poetry cannot be replicated. This episode provides a unique perspective on the role of poetry in science and technology.

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The Space Café Podcast #74: Carissa Christensen of BryceTech talks commercial potentials in the space industry and its latest innovations

SpaceWatch.Global is pleased to present: The Space Café Podcast #74: Carissa Christensen of BryceTech talks commercial potentials in the space industry and its latest innovations

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The Space Café Podcast #73: Max Alexander on Space Photography – Iconic Captures of Neil Armstrong, Stephen Hawking, and more on this episode

We're excited to welcome world-renowned photographer, Max Alexander, to the Space Cafe podcast. With over 25 years of experience in editorial and commercial photography, Max has captured the likes of Neil Armstrong, Stephen Hawking, and Nelson Mandela. He specializes in science communication through photography and has been a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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The Space Café Podcast #72: Kevin O’Connell – ret. director at U.S. Department of Commerce, on the broadening commercial potential of the space industry

Kevin O'Connell is a former Director of the Office of Space Commerce at the U.S Department of Commerce. He is now the founder of Space Economy Rising LLC, a company that works with clients and partners worldwide on all aspects of the space economy. He is an expert in the field of space commerce and has been involved in space issues for over 30 years. In this episode, he talks about the commercial potential of space and takes unexpected turns. It seems space is looking for any talent out there.

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The Space Café Podcast #71: Joel Spark – Co-founder and Chief Satellite Architect at Spire, unlocking the digital frontier and the quest to build a second earth

The Space Café Podcast #71: Joel Spark - GM Space Services at Spire, unlocking the digital frontier and the quest to build a second earth. Spire Global is a data and analytics company that uses nanosatellites to track global data sets, such as maritime, aviation, and weather patterns. It operates a fleet of over 110 CubeSats, the second-largest commercial constellation by the number of satellites, and the largest by the number of sensors.

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The Space Café Podcast #70: Jim Green – former chief scientist NASA about the past and future of space science and the agency’s secret sauce

SpaceWatch.Global is pleased to present: The Space Café Podcast #70: Jim Green - former chief scientist NASA about the past and future of space science and the agency’s secret sauce. James Green has served 40 years with NASA and sports some of its most prestigious missions. In the current episode of the Space Café Podcast, he talks about SLS, James Webb, Artemis, DART, space science and the future of the space industry. 

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The Space Café Podcast #69: Carlo Buontempo – Copernicus Climate change and an unbiased look at the state of our world. 

SpaceWatch.Global is pleased to present: The Space Café Podcast #69: Carlo Buontempo - Copernicus Climate change and an unbiased look at the state of our world. Episode 069 features a special guest: Carlo Buontempo. Carlo Buontempo is the Director of the Copernicus Climate Change Service at Copernicus ECMWF. He is an expert on climate change and has been working in the field for many years. 

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