Webcast Series

Explore the impact of ideas moving in the other direction; bringing Earth’s innovation and creativity into space. 

Space is the final frontier, and it's about to become much more accessible.

Taking you beyond | The Future Space Economy webcast series ushers in a new era of space technology, innovation, and investment by uniting global industries, space leaders, governments, and educators. It explores practical applications for space infrastructure and technologies, pushing forward the dialogue on establishing the necessary framework to extend human presence, businesses, heavy industries, and our global economy into space.


Catch The Rebroadcast of Last Week's LIVE Session From SATELLITE 2024!

60 Minute Webcast | Tuesday, April 2 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Building Deep Space Satellite Connectivity Networks

Connectivity is vital for the global economy now and in the Future Space Economy, with even more complex, data-centric applications. We spent decades building the global satellite connectivity infrastructure around Earth, is it conceivable to duplicate Earth's satellite connectivity infrastructure on the Moon, or on other planets?

During this webcast, panelists will discuss what deep-space satellite networks will look like, how they will be built to perform in extraordinary environments, the history of deep-space exploration and research satellites, and what we've learned from those missions. Our Panelists from QinetiQ, Space Tango, and Kepler Communications will join us after the webcast for a LIVE Q&A session.


  • Exploring NASA’s Post-ISS Space Station Options
  • Space Robotics: Leading Autonomous Systems for Building, Capturing, and Servicing
  • Evolving Launch and Delivery Infrastructure to Support an Expanding Space Economy
  • Space Situational Awareness in an Era of Weaponized Space 

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The Future Space Economy webcast series provides sponsoring organizations with the opportunity to get in on the ground floor and be seen as a true thought leader among those doing business in space and those interested in learning why they should consider investing in space. Sponsors will be part of an elite group involved in building a community which is greatly needed, however doesn’t exist yet.

As a sponsor, your organization will have a seat on our Advisory Board with other key industry influencers and help shape the direction, content and speakers of the webcasts.

The Future Space Economy Webcast Sponsor.

  • This is an all-inclusive sponsorship for the entire webcast series spanning 12 months Includes: Company branding on the website and in all webcast episodes.
  • Dedicated video spot during one webcast to play your company’s video.
  • Opportunity to craft the “Big Question” that starts the webcast episode.
  • One seat on an advisory board to help drive the direction of content and speakers.
  • Opportunity to provide a speaker for one webcast episode.
  • Inclusion in extensive marketing campaigns: email, social, and industry publications.

Contact Joe Milroy, Publisher of the Satellite Group, at [email protected] or +1-215-439-1708 to discuss flexible pricing options.

Find out how you can get involved from the ground up.

The Future Space Economy Advisory Board

Ian Christensen

Director of Private Sector Programs, Secure World Foundation

Deborah Donnelly

Airline Pilot, Researcher, Aeronautical Professor, Harvard University

Lucy Edge

COO, Satellite Applications, Catapult

Maher Ezzeddine

CEO, Ideanco

Dr. Gregory Falco

Assistant Professor, Cornell University

Matthew Harris

Space Focus Area Lead, Avantus Federal

Emma Louden

PhD Student, Astrophysics, Yale University

Mina Mitry

Co-Founder & CEO, Kepler

Sita Sonty

CEO, Space Tango

Vince Walisko

COO, Optimal Satcom


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Produced by Via Satellite magazine and hosted by Via Satellite Senior Managing Editor Rachel Jewett, On Orbit is a technology-focused podcast that provides in-depth information and discussion about the socioeconomic value of space and satellite capabilities.

On Orbit is a problem-solving podcast, with a mission to educate listeners on the real human value of space and satellite technology and works to answer, What’s our future in space?

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