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Presented By: Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering

CLASP Seminar Series: Tom Heine of Orbital Effects

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2021-2022 Seminar Series
Tom Heine, a Space Systems Engineer and Space Physicist with Orbital Effects, will give a lecture as part of the CLASP Seminar Series. Please join us!

Mr. Heine's presentation is titled "Everything has changed…: the rise of the 21st century space races" and will take place on Thursday, September 16 at 3:30 p.m. EDT.

This seminar will be in person at the Climate and Space Research Building Auditorium, Room 2246.

The seminar may also be viewed via Zoom.
Please contact lhopkins@umich to request zoom access.

ABSTRACT:
From launch vehicles to smallsats, rekindled great power struggles and commercial space races: the 21st century is shaping up to be a true inflection point in humanity’s push off-world. Please join for a discussion on the current state of the space industry, how things are consequentially different than they were just 10 years ago, and what the near future will and may yet hold.
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2021-2022 Seminar Series

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