We are getting ready to launch our third TC sessions: space conference on Dec. 6 in Los Angeles, and we’re still feeling the thrill of space technology and the intrepid early-stage startup founders and researchers who dare to explore possibilities beyond the borders of our home planet—and beyond what we thought possible .
If you’ve got rocket fuel running through your veins, don’t miss the chance to learn about the latest developments in the space economy—from manned space travel, colonization, and communications to Earth observation data, manufacturing, and even warfare in space.
Countdown to launch: Buy a pass now for just $199 — full price was $495 — and get ready to join the space ecosystem on December 6th.
We’re not quite ready to reveal the full agenda, but we’re excited to share that you’ll be hearing from eminent experts as Dr. Carolyn Mercer, chief technologist for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate; Peter Beck, CEO and founder of Rocket Lab; Frank Calvelli, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space Acquisition; and Amella Wilson, CEO of Nanoracks, to name a few.
Like all TechCrunch events, TC Sessions: Space is designed to help founders and early-stage startups build stronger businesses. But it’s not just us – our event partners are equally committed to your success.
TechCrunch partners don’t just cut a check and hand over a logo. They show up and provide a high level of relevant content, educational expertise, resources and connectivity to the event. Their involvement elevates, engages and supports early-stage founders.
We’d like to take a moment to highlight just three of our amazing partners, and while we don’t have permission to publish their presentation topics yet, we’ll be sharing more information in the coming weeks.
The Aerospace Corporation is a non-profit organization and the only federally funded research and development center for the space enterprise. They will host both a peer session and a smaller roundtable that allows time for questions and answers. You’ll also find them exhibiting at the show — the perfect opportunity to connect, network and explore opportunities.
Minarik develops and builds wireless laser communication systems for airborne, space and mobile applications. The company, which says its mission is to remove global barriers to connectivity, will host a partner session. We will have more specific information soon.
Otter.aiThe productivity tool records meetings and provides real-time note-taking, transcripts and captions.
We’ll have more speakers, sessions and partners to announce in the coming weeks, so watch this non-galactic space!
TC sessions: space takes place on December 6 in Los Angeles. Buy a pass for $199and then join us—and our partners—to learn about the latest in space technology, network for opportunities, and build a stronger startup to the stars.
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