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space exploration podcast


Our series charts the evolution of the relationship between the private and public sector in space exploration and the growing role of private capital in the 21st century space race.

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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Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only and does not constitute legal or other advice. The information contained in this podcast is believed to be accurate. Euromoney and its supporting partner, Citi, makes no representation or warranty with regard to the accuracy or completeness of any information contained herein. Euromoney and Citi are not liable for any consequences of any entity relying on this podcast.