Wednesday, 19 October 2022
In-space servicing and manufacturing capabilities have been envisioned for years and are today becoming a reality. These capabilities offer promise in extending mission value and enabling new opportunities in space, yet bring risks and novel questions that must be explored. In this session, we will discuss the factors that organizations and the industry writ large need to consider as we carry the space economy into the next stage of dynamic asset and environment utilization via servicing.
Moderator: Carolyn Belle, Astroscale U.S. Panel Structure:
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