Dennis Silin of Exodus Orbital sits down for a talk with A4A, discussing his journey from a computer science degree to a start-up aiming to give everyone the opportunity to use a satellite. His route into the sector through an MSc at Cranfield University into a satellite start-up, requiring extensive business skills, demonstrates how anyone can move into the space sector.
We cover Dennis’ route in to the space sector, what the day-to-day life of a CEO is like, and Dennis explains his vision for the future of his company and the space sector as a whole.
Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5oi5aouiShTioY5uQBRzsX
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You can find out more about Exodus Orbitals by visiting their website: https://www.exodusorbitals.com/index.html
You can support them by backing their NOVA Kickstarter campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/exodusorbitals/nova-a-crowd-flyable-space-mission
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