Euromoney Podcasts: Money and the Moonshot

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In this two-part podcast, we explore the history and expansion of the private sector and venture capital into space exploration, including insights from Nasa’s chief economist, Alexander MacDonald; Apollo astronaut, Bill Anders; CEO of the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration, Mary Lynne Dittmar; and venture capitalist and Space X and Tesla board director, Steve Jurvetson.

Space isn’t cheap. Between 1960 and 1973, the United States spent $28 billion to land men on the Moon. That’s $288 billion when adjusted for inflation. The space investment market today is $360 billion and could grow to $2.7 trillion by 2045. In this two-part podcast we explore the history and the expansion of the private sector and venture capital into space exploration, with insights from Nasa’s chief economist, Alexander MacDonald; Apollo astronaut, Bill Anders; CEO of the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration, Mary Lynne Dittmar; venture capitalist and Space X and Tesla board director, Steve Jurvetson, and more…



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