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Working Towards a Propellant Free Space Propulsion Technology: An Interview with Max Arshavsky

November 18, 2020 Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom Episode 22
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Working Towards a Propellant Free Space Propulsion Technology: An Interview with Max Arshavsky
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SpaceBase Podcast
Working Towards a Propellant Free Space Propulsion Technology: An Interview with Max Arshavsky
Nov 18, 2020 Episode 22
Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom

An interview with  Max Arshavsky, CEO and Co-Founder of Zenno Astronautics, a satellite propulsion and software company based in Auckland with an aim to make space exploration commercially compelling and sustainable.  Max has degrees in Engineering Science and Biomedical Engineering from the University of Auckland.  He studied Mathematics and Physics at the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute in Russia. 

In this interview, we talked to Max’s about his personal journey towards a career in the space industry, and how his cutting edge work on Zenno astronautics could have the potential to revolutionize satellite constellation propulsion, and on-orbit servicing - dramatically simplifying how we explore space.

Hosted by: Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, Co-Founder, SpaceBase
 Music: reCreation by airtone (c) copyright 2019 Licensed under a Creative Commons (3.0)
 
If you like our work, please consider donating to SpaceBase through The Gift Trust or RSF Social Finance (for US charitable donations) and indicate "SpaceBase" gift account.




Show Notes

An interview with  Max Arshavsky, CEO and Co-Founder of Zenno Astronautics, a satellite propulsion and software company based in Auckland with an aim to make space exploration commercially compelling and sustainable.  Max has degrees in Engineering Science and Biomedical Engineering from the University of Auckland.  He studied Mathematics and Physics at the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute in Russia. 

In this interview, we talked to Max’s about his personal journey towards a career in the space industry, and how his cutting edge work on Zenno astronautics could have the potential to revolutionize satellite constellation propulsion, and on-orbit servicing - dramatically simplifying how we explore space.

Hosted by: Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, Co-Founder, SpaceBase
 Music: reCreation by airtone (c) copyright 2019 Licensed under a Creative Commons (3.0)
 
If you like our work, please consider donating to SpaceBase through The Gift Trust or RSF Social Finance (for US charitable donations) and indicate "SpaceBase" gift account.