Deep Astronomy Archive
Jan 21st: The Closest Known Black Hole

Nov 19th: Stellina & eVscope: Are They Worth the Money?

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There is a lot of interest in a new class of telescopes available for amateur astronomers.  These telescopes offer extreme ease-of-use while delivering advanced capability to those just entering the hobby of amateur astronomy. In this episode, Dustin Gibson, CEO of OPT Telescopes and Tony Darnell discuss the value of these scopes and the promise they hold for newcomers to the hobby.

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Jan 21st: The Closest Known Black Hole

Aug 20th: Optical Communications for Developing A Cislunar Neighborhood

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 Just like neighborhood developments here on Earth, the cislunar neighborhood needs multiple layers of infrastructure for a sustainable ecosystem on and around the Moon. Companies are planning to deploy foundational communications and data infrastructure to deliver services to government and commercial users. The market for cislunar space services is expected to grow significantly in the coming decade. Recognizing a whole-of-nation approach, there’s synergy in roles for government and private sector.

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Jan 21st: The Closest Known Black Hole

Jul 16th: Options in Exploration: Public Private Partnerships in Space

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Unlike in the Apollo era, the private sector now has considerable space capabilities and in the last five years, tens of billions of dollars have been invested in space programs by companies, individuals and investment firms. This panel will examine when PPPs make sense, what types of PPPs are best for exploration applications and what does the commercial market for exploration hold for the next twenty years.

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