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Frontier Space

By Kole Lutz

Frontier Space is a research organisation and podcast listened to in 80+ countries with entrepreneurs and researchers advancing engineering, climate action, materials science, biotechnology, and space systems. Our Podcast host Kole Lutz is the cofounder of startups such as Magneto Space. The Podcast helps push the envelope of science and development of life on Earth and beyond.
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Exploring Oceans of Europa with a Cryobot - Ep. 13

Frontier SpaceSep 11, 2020

CoolSeal Reflective Coatings on Pavement - Ep 42
Aug 04, 202333:28
Sunlight, Skin, and Vitamin D Synthesis - Ep 41

Sunlight, Skin, and Vitamin D Synthesis - Ep 41

Learn about research,benefits, and significance from humans producing vitamin D from sunlight. Our guest Dr. Michael Hollick, who is considered to be the father of vitamin D, is responsible for creating a billion-dollar vitamin D sales market and testing juggernaut, shares his research and findings on Sunlight-induced Vitamin Synthesis.

Jun 11, 202326:06
5 Mysteries in Materials Science & Defects

5 Mysteries in Materials Science & Defects

Explore five mysteries in materials science, engineering and defects. Glimpse into emerging research projects as we gander into the world of nanoparticles and nanotechnology. This video was created from UVA's MSE 3060 Defects & Microstructures course. Chapters: 0:00 Divacancies 1:33 Oxygen Vacancies 2:20 Armor Shield 3:00 Space & Crystal Lattice 4:13 Dark Matter antiparticles

May 20, 202305:47
10 Ideas on Biological Evolution in 2022

10 Ideas on Biological Evolution in 2022

Explore Ten Ideas on Biological Evolution from Top Engaged Tweets from Twitter ( in 2022

0:13 Unexplored Space Biology on ISS, 0:45 Cambrian Explosion Earlier, 1:06 Before humans Advanced Civilisation, 1:24 Access Digital Calendar, 1:36 Higher Intelligence Underwater, 1:56 Dolphins from Wolves, 2:12 Growth of Winged Species, 2:32 Dogs Speaking Words, 3:06 Enhancing Dog Species, 3:32 Animals Identify Edible Plants

Mar 28, 202303:59
3D Printing Minimass Concrete Beams In Situ - Ep 38

3D Printing Minimass Concrete Beams In Situ - Ep 38

Learn about Minimass from Andy Coward on the mission to create low-carbon, low-cost, 3d printed concrete beams with 78% reduction in concrete, and 50% reduction in material costs. Approach holds potential to 3D print any compression carrying material for buildings and bridges on Earth and beyond. Topics include: 3D printing with mortar in-situ, sawtooth beam design, materials science

Andy Coward of Net Zero Projects (NZP) Limited, holds a 1st class degree in Civil and Structural Engineering from the University of Cambridge and has over 15 years of experience in design and construction. Prior to inventing Minimass, he held senior positions at Bjarke Ingels Group in Copenhagen as director of engineering and at Foster + Partners in London as associate partner.

Mar 02, 202334:18
AIAA SciTech 2023, Podcast Interview with Taylor Fazzini

AIAA SciTech 2023, Podcast Interview with Taylor Fazzini

Dive behind the scenes at AIAA's SciTech 2023 Forum with Taylor Fazzini, Principal Systems Engineer at Northrop Grumman. AIAA SciTech hosted a  record breaking 5,800 researchers/professionals, 30+ exhibitors 2500+ technical panels/sessions, 70+ different companies participating  at National Harbor, MD now that forum is back in person,  Learn More Frontier Space Podcast

Feb 01, 202312:55
Harvesting Xrays and Gamma Rays PV Cells Materials - Ep 36

Harvesting Xrays and Gamma Rays PV Cells Materials - Ep 36

Learn about how lead Iodide perovskites (CH3Nh3PbI3) and thin-film cadmium telluride (CdTe) can be utilised for X ray and gamma voltaics. After researchers observed 75% charge collection efficiency with MAPbl3, Material shows less than 20% decrease in performance up to 40 Sv of Xray dose, demonstrating very good stability with a few on orbit demos. Topics include applications to collect ambient energy near reactors and soft X-ray background (SXRB/CXRB in 2-100keV).

Speaker:László Forró,  Professor of Physics of Complex Quantum Matter, Notre Dame 2015 Study: Methylammonium Lead Iodide for Efficient X-ray Energy Conversion

Jan 28, 202327:02
10 Big Ideas and Questions in 2022

10 Big Ideas and Questions in 2022

Dive into underexplored ideas and questions in Top Engaging Tweets from Kole's Twitter in 2022. 

Jan 08, 202303:31
How Exoplanet Radio Transits Probe Magnetic Fields to Find Super Earths - Ep 35
Dec 25, 202248:06
Plasma Electrolysis for CO2 Dissociation, Fuel Cells, and Gas Separation - Ep 34
Nov 08, 202253:16
Rogue Space Systems On Orbit Servicing Orbots - Ep 33

Rogue Space Systems On Orbit Servicing Orbots - Ep 33

Dive into Pod episode with  Rogue Space systems and engineering, three on orbit servicing ‘orbots’ including: 19kg Laura Orbot with 1mm res radar/hyperspectral from 500-550m to measure space materials, debris, and rotational behaviour (yaw,pitch,roll), as well as Barry Orbot 1U Cubesat with 360deg 8x8MP imaging. 

Topics include: vibrometer applications, Continuous scan laser Doppler vibrometry (CSLDV), surface material imaging, debris mitigation, down stream applications, coatings on orbit,  in-space nanomaterial characterisation and 3D AM printing. 

Speaker: Jeromy Grimmett, Rogue CEO and Founder

Oct 11, 202230:03
SISTINE to Image UV Atmospheres of Exoplanets and Stars - Ep 32
Aug 31, 202241:31
Solar Gravitational Lens for Exoplanet Surface Imaging & Interstellar Communication - Ep 31
Jun 23, 202253:41
Beam Laser Propulsion for High Delta V - Ep 30
May 25, 202250:46
 Sonocytology & Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM) to Listen to Sounds of Cell - Ep 29

Sonocytology & Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM) to Listen to Sounds of Cell - Ep 29

Explore the significance of sonocytology, atomic force microscopy (AFM), and other nanoprobes to measure the sounds/songs from the cell, abiotic matierals, and to bioengineer cells beyond Earth from AFM sound pioneer Dr. James Gimzewski, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at the UCLA and Director of the Nano & Pico Characterization Core.

Topics include nanomechanical analysis of cells from cancer patients, quantifying intracellular frequencies, applications of AFM for eukaryotic/prokaryotic cells, piezoelectric actuators, data vibration/math acoustic analysis, microgravity (uG) experiments, and future research opportunities.


Cross, Sarah E et al. “Nanomechanical analysis of cells from cancer patients.” Nature nanotechnology vol. 2,12 (2007): 780-3.

Kirmizis, Dimitrios, and Stergios Logothetidis. “Atomic force microscopy probing in the measurement of cell mechanics.” International journal of nanomedicine vol. 5 137-45. 7 Apr. 2010, doi:10.2147/ijn.s5787

Apr 24, 202258:54
Acoustic Analysis FFT of Laser on Graphene - Ep 28

Acoustic Analysis FFT of Laser on Graphene - Ep 28

Take a gander into acoustic analysis of laser-induced graphene (LIG) with our guest, John Li, PhD Candidate from Stanford University and pod host Kole Lutz. Researchers used a $31 microphone attached to the CO2 laser writing head, followed by a simple acoustic signal processing scheme that allows for far greater quality control capabilities that are orders of magnitude faster than characterization of laser-induced graphene by microscopy techniques. 

By applying Fourier and integral analyses, reseachers observed the local quality and morphology of the produced material graphene. Learn about how the acoustic analysis and signal processing can evaluate material properties and synthesis with implications for a wide range of applications including sintering, phase engineering, strain engineering, chemical vapor deposition, combustion, annealing, laser-cutting, gas evolution, distillation, spacecraft, bioengineering, and more. 

Li, V. D., Li, J. T., Beckham, J. L., Chen, W., Deng, B., Luong, D. X., Kittrell, C., Tour, J. M., Sounds of Synthesis: Acoustic Real-Time Analysis of Laser-Induced Graphene. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2022, 2110198. 

DATAQ Instruments Brand Data Loggers Model DI-1100, $50 data logger system with Windaq software. DATAQ Instruments' WinDaq Waveform Browser (WWB) playback software (FREE) contains a Fourier transform algorithm.

Mar 26, 202239:38
Manufacturing Landing Pads with HVOF Nanocoatings on Luna with Masten Space - Ep 27

Manufacturing Landing Pads with HVOF Nanocoatings on Luna with Masten Space - Ep 27

Dive into Masten Space’s near-instant landing pads called in-Flight Alumina Spray Technique (FAST) method with our guest Matthew Kuhns, VP R&D, to in-situ manufacture near-instant 6meter+ diameter landing pads with dust free zone.

In partnering with Texas A&M, UCF, and Honeybee Robotics and collaborating with a NASA NIAC Phase 1 program, Masten conducted a series of tests and experiments in 2021 on Earth using the High velocity oxygen thermal spraying (HVOF) concept to release .5 mm alumina ceramic powder nanoparticles from the rocket exhaust, to build up spray coating in lunar regolith, and to deploy a thin pad from 30m deployment height and prevent ejecta plume/debris. 

 Traditionally, each lunar landing pad was expected to cost $120 million and kick up high-velocity regolith that can travel up to 3,000+ meters per second. Learn about results from test flights on Earth simulating delivery of 300kg mass payload to Lunar surface, future research, material science, math, compressive strengths, dust debris mitigation, plume impingement analysis, pressure injection, localised melting/point stresses, future applications, and more.


Matthew Kuhns, VP R&D at Masten Space Systems

With over a decade of experience in aerospace and startups, Matthew has co-founded several companies. Matthew plays key roles around technology development and advanced concepts, holding 5 patents and the title NASA NIAC Fellow. He is a leader in enabling technologies including LOX/Methane propulsion systems, electric pumps, and advanced additive manufacturing. 

Masten Space Systems is a aerospace R&D and Earth and Moon transportation company creating and deploying reliable, reusable rocket vehicles and components. Because landing on the Moon, Mars, or anywhere else in the solar system is what Masten Space Systems can do for you. With more than 600 successful rocket-powered landings, 17 years of business and 5 rocket platforms, Masten puts landers and payloads right where they need to be every time.

Feb 20, 202235:07
A Graphene Revolution: 2D Sheets, Straintronics, Nanomechanical Properties - Ep 26
Jan 23, 202258:13
Establishing the African Space Agency in Egypt - Ep 25

Establishing the African Space Agency in Egypt - Ep 25

The African Union passed legislation to establish the African Space Agency in 2017 and recently approved Egypt as host country for the headquarters of the new agency. Tune into this month's episode to dive into the founding, launch, and development of the African Space Agency (AfSA) with our guest Ayman Ahmed, PhD, Head of Space Imaging & BoD at Egyptian Space Agency. Learn about the objectives, missions, satellite project, involvement of the Egyptian Space Agency, African Union, and government, human space flight program, potential fellowship/exchange program, and how to get involved!

Dec 19, 202119:59
Phototrophy and Bioengineering Life in Venus Clouds - Ep 24

Phototrophy and Bioengineering Life in Venus Clouds - Ep 24

Investigating potential phototrophy, habitability, and bioengineering of microbes and potential floating algae in the lower, middle, and upper cloud layers of Venus with our guest, Rakesh Mogul, Ph.D., Professor of Biological Chemistry and Director; NASA/CSU Spaceward Bound, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Professor Rakesh recently published a study outlined below in finding that sunlight filtering through Venus’ clouds could support Earth-like photosynthesis round-the-clock in Venus’ clouds with the middle and lower clouds receiving similar solar energy as Earth’s surface.

Mogul R, Limaye SS, Lee YJ, Pasillas M. Potential for Phototrophy in Venus' Clouds. Astrobiology. October, 2021;21(10):1237-1249.

Professor Rakesh's Website:

Discussion/topics include:

Part 1: Phototrophy and Habitability in Venus Clouds

  • Bacterial chlorophyll B, floating algal blooms, cloud chemistry, photophysical/chemical/biological habitability, hammett acidity factor, bioavailable water activity level, neutralized sulfuric acid favor a habitable zone, solar irradiances for photosynthesis, primary biological aerosol particles (PBAP), NASA 1kg Aircraft Bioaerosol Collector (ABC), airborne microbial metabolism and spores up to 38km in Earth's clouds, mitosis cell division in clouds

Part 2: Bioengineering

Investigating how to apply the following systems to adapt microbial life to local conditions in Venus clouds: Venus sulfuric acid (H2SO4) coatings, airborne DNA sequencers, Bioengineering Whispering gallery mode (WGM) phycobilliproteins, biophotonic Optofluidic Microcavities Liquid Crystal Droplets, introducing an enzyme into the water to increase H production by 400%, UV resistant nanostructured coatings and biofouling hydrophilic coatings, self replicating algae mats and floating algae ISRU bioreactors in clouds of Venus

Nov 21, 202101:05:04
Next-gen SuperBIT Stratospheric Balloon Telescopes - Ep 23

Next-gen SuperBIT Stratospheric Balloon Telescopes - Ep 23

A lively dialogue on the mission, design, and implications of SuperBIT balloon-borne telescope one of the highest resolution telescopes ever made with our guest Barth Netterfield PhD, Professor, DADDAA & Physics at Uni of Toronto and project lead of SuperBIT mission to image weak gravitational lensing, galactic star formation, distribution and quantity of dark matter in galaxy clusters and super exoplanet atmospheres.

The $5M Super-pressure Balloon-borne Imaging Telescope (SuperBIT) is 1,300X lower than the cost of the $6.5bn Hubble Space Telescope to image  visible-to-near-UV (300-900 um) with 0.25-.5 arc second imaging and 50X more sensitive resolution than hubble. With a  0.5 m mirror, wide-field, 1.5m aperture, SuperBIT is equipped a helium balloon and 80kg carbon fiber mount telescope with a 69-megapixel camera with low read noise, high quantum efficiency and very low dark current that is capable of flying 1,000kg science payload at 35km altitude. Toward the end of the Podcast episode, Barth enlightens us about the preliminary plans and implications of GigaBIT, next generation atmospheric telescope focusing on green, blue and UV imaging wavelengths, which is planned to be 4X better than ground telescopes with 3X imaging stability over superbit potential launch in late 2020's

SuperBIT: A low-cost, balloon-borne telescope to rival Hubble


Romualdez, L. J., et al (2018). Overview, design, and flight results from SuperBIT: A high-resolution, wide-field, visible-to-near-UV balloon-borne astronomical telescope. In L. Simard, L. Simard, C. J. Evans, & H. Takami (Eds.), Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy VII [107020R] (Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering; Vol. 10702). SPIE.

Oct 23, 202139:46
Bulk Metallic Glass, Coatings, and Strainwave Gears - Ep. 22

Bulk Metallic Glass, Coatings, and Strainwave Gears - Ep. 22

Chime into the edge of materials science, manufacturing, and applications of amorphous metals, or metallic glass with Doug Hoffman, PhD, Founder of Metallurgy Facility, Cofounder of Materials Development and Manufacturing Technology Group and Additive Manufacturing Center at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Learn about the material properties of amorphous metals to operate systems and robotics in conditions with high hardness, corrosion resistance, bouncy property, high abrasive, dusty and cryogenic extreme environments. Explore how low cost high performance BMG strainwave gears can reduce robotic arms cost by 50%, significantly improve cost, energy, and science for robotic operations on Earth, Moon, Mars, and beyond. 

The launch of FS Pod Season 2 explores how Bulk metallic glass (BMG), coatings, and strainwave gears are disrupting robotics, spacecraft, solar panel deployment, antenna positioning, in space & bimetallic 3D printing, automotive parts, food industry, and bioengineering.

Sep 16, 202147:46
Tethered Asteroids for Planetary Defense - Ep 21

Tethered Asteroids for Planetary Defense - Ep 21

Explore the dynamics and engineering of Tethered Asteroid systems to adjust the orbital trajectory of near-Earth object (NEO) and potentially hazardous asteroids (PHA) with our guest Flaviane Venditti, PhD who is pioneering the tethered asteroid R&D. Topics in this month's Podcast Episode include tether dynamics, engineering, and materials (i.e. carbon nanotubes), alternative orbital deviation methods, tether anchoring, solar sails, and tethered balloon asteroids

Podcast Guest: Flaviane Venditti, PhD, Observatory Scientist, Head of Planetary Radar, The Arecibo Observatory at University of Central Florida

Dr. Venditti started her scientific career as a Bachelor in Physics/Astronomy at the University of Sao Paulo, where she was part of the Polarimetry group working with observations at the National Laboratory for Astrophysics (LNA) in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Besides observations, she was also interested in celestial mechanics and space missions, which led her to pursue a Master's (2009) and Ph.D (2013) degree in Space Engineering at the National Institute for Space Research, Brazil, focused on Astrodynamics. During her Ph.D, she worked with orbital maneuvers around irregularly shaped bodies, developing a method to model the gravitational field of asteroids with low computational effort using Arecibo's planetary radar data.

Flaviane C. F. Venditti, Luis O. Marchi, Arun K. Misra, Diogo M. Sanchez, Antonio F. B. A. Prado. Dynamics of tethered asteroid systems to support planetary defense. The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 2020; 229 (8): 1463 DOI: 10.1140/epjst/e2020-900183-y

Aug 13, 202138:53
Active Deployable Cubesat Mirrors - Ep 20
Jul 23, 202135:58
Artificial Gravity with Tail to Tail Starships Docking - Ep 19

Artificial Gravity with Tail to Tail Starships Docking - Ep 19

Ever wonder how to generate artificial gravity on Starships and spacecraft in transit to Mars?
Chris Behrens, Technology and Science Writer at BehrensTech, shares a bold idea on generating artificial gravity with rocket spacecraft tail to tail docking approach. The 19th episode of the Frontier Space podcast explores the potential effects and significance of flipping, rotating spacecraft on the cabin design, power and communication systems, payload forces. Chris and Kole explore the implications of biological challenges in microgravity and adjustable mirrored engineering on structural design and integrity, human factors, in-orbit refueling, and simulating 3/8Gs to support the ecosystem, technologies, humans, and life beyond Earth and on Mars.
Jun 25, 202135:08
Interplanetary Space Highways - Ep 18

Interplanetary Space Highways - Ep 18

Apr 30, 202127:33
Architecture and Significance of Space Elevators - Ep 17
Mar 17, 202154:44
Water in NEO Asteroids for ISRU - Ep 16
Feb 22, 202131:36
Making Space Babies Off-Planet with SpaceBorn United
Jan 31, 202125:18
Microbes to Colonize Mars First - Ep 14

Microbes to Colonize Mars First - Ep 14

In this month's episode, we explore the significance of space colonization beyond Earth with Microbes first with Dr. Jose Lopez, a Molecular and Evolutionary biology Researcher at Nova South Eastern. The discussion includes perspective shifts from exploration and sterilization to colonization, fostering symbiosis and diversity of early microbial settlers and the symbiosis of nanotechnology and microbes to adapt and improve anaerobic properties, photosynthesis, and metabolisms of microbes, bacteria, and fungi in improving biological support capacity of Martian regolith. 

The dialogue includes simulating and testing optimal microbes including Gaian microbiomes, spore formers, extremophiles, cyanobacteria under Martian conditions to enhance nutrient uptake in the soil, and better condition the atmosphere of Mars. We discuss further researcher to enable Interplanetary Microbiome Engineering (IME) and the core technologies enabling early microbial settlements such as DNA sequencers, artificial microbial genomes, rife machines, underground sunken electrodes, as well as nanopore sequencers to match DNA electric currents and frequencies

Dr. Jose Lopez's 2019 Research Paper

Inevitable future: space colonization beyond Earth with microbes first

60 Seconds in Space

Jupiter's Migration Paths that Potentially Caused the Runaway Greenhouse Effect on Venus

Nobel Prize winner says the universe has gone through multiple Big Bangs

Nov 02, 202026:41
Exploring Oceans of Europa with a Cryobot - Ep. 13
Sep 11, 202036:43
Building Transcontinental Railroad in Earth Orbit - Trans Astra - Ep 12
Aug 10, 202029:02
Thousands of Spacebots OffWorld - Ep 11

Thousands of Spacebots OffWorld - Ep 11

Join us as we hear from our guest Jim Keravala, Cofounder and CEO at OffWorld, a startup developing a robotic workforce that plans to mine, manufacture, and build on the Moon, asteroids, LEO, Mars, and beyond.

Key topics of discussion include extraction, construction on the lunar surface, terrestrial mining, NASA Artemis, reinforcement learning and specs for spacebots, lunar dust, and building fabrication facilities at L1.

Jul 06, 202037:56
Flying UAS with Infinite Airborne Endurance - Ep. 10
Jun 10, 202020:17
Human Evolution on Mars - Ep. 9
May 11, 202029:52
Next Gen Infrared Satellite Constellation - Satellite Vu - Ep. 8
Apr 02, 202026:08
Moving Solar System with a Stellar Engine - Ep. 7

Moving Solar System with a Stellar Engine - Ep. 7

In this month's episode, we blast off from the whims of the cosmic tide in an enlightening conversation about the significance of stellar engines, megastructures to steer a star system. Kole and Matt Caplan, Astrophysicist at Illinois State University, share a mind-bending dialogue that transforms conventional perspectives on space exploration.
We (mostly Matt) exchange ideas on the implications of designing, building, and operating Dyson spheres, active solar sails, Caplan thruster, and much more. In evaluating space technology advanced civilizations could leverage, Matt brings a truly cosmic perspective. We investigate the importance of large scale on-orbit manufacturing, interplanetary energy transmission, and even strip-mining Mercury. This podcast episode adventures into the challenges of the Stellar Engines such as disruption of solar wind and orbital stability.
With the current status of 21st-century technology, could a stellar engine be the most effective method to make contact with advanced celestial species and to map the galaxy and universe?
For greater visualization of a Stellar Engine, please watch Kurzgesagt's Youtube video.
How to Move the Sun: Stellar Engines
60 Seconds in Space

NASA wants to grow lunar base out of Mushrooms

Biomineralized Living Concrete for Mars

Earth's Largest Asteroid Impact May Have Ended Snowball Earth 2.2 billion years ago

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Feb 03, 202035:35
Accelerating Geo-Singularity - Ep. 6

Accelerating Geo-Singularity - Ep. 6

For the podcast finale of this decade, we engage in a thought-provoking conversation on Geo-Singularity with Josef Koller, Systems Director at the Aerospace Corporation. We discuss the largest barriers to Geo-Singularity and innovative ways we can accelerate achieving a new paradigm of geospatial intelligence. Listen today to explore how capitalism, emotions,  and privacy influence Geo-Singularity. 

We challenge you to formulate your own opinion on our open-ended questions in this month's episode. By quantifying the true significance of remote sensing imaging satellites on each earth observation application, we can begin to reverse-engineer Geo-Singularity. With the aid of machines and artificial intelligence, homo sapien species may ask questions no one yet has the answer to in our Universe.  Josef Koller’s Publication: Future of Ubiquitous Real-time Intelligence: A GEOINT Singularity 

60 Seconds in Space

 Ancient Earth Organism Thrives on Meteorite 

NASA's Treasure Map of Icewater on Mars

 Error in Finding Black Hole in Milkyway Galaxy 

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Dec 18, 201924:57
Icy Ocean Worlds, Astronauts, Space History and Exploration - IAC Takeaways Ep. 5

Icy Ocean Worlds, Astronauts, Space History and Exploration - IAC Takeaways Ep. 5

Following a riveting IAC and SGC 2019 conference, we discuss missions to explore the icy ocean worlds of Europa and Titan with our first guest Annie Handmer. We bring a constructive perspective towards space history, lunar developments, and share keen astronaut experiences on microgravity influence of blood flow and preflight training.

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Nov 25, 201922:41
10 Trends Revolutionizing Earth Observation and Satellites - Ep. 4
Oct 14, 201918:59
Earth Observation & GEOINT 101 - Ep. 3

Earth Observation & GEOINT 101 - Ep. 3

In this episode, our host Kolemann explores the Earth Observation and GEOINT 101 fundamentals. 

Our discussion includes topics related to SAR vs. EO, remote sensing basics, and general opinions and market trends in the Earth Observation market.  

We introduce a new podcast episode segment dubbed 60 seconds of space, where we will share research, discoveries, and explore highlights in the space and satellite markets each month. 

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About Us. Frontier Space is a space research organization and the sponsor of this podcast in the earth observation, satellite, and space sector. By collaborating with teams to develop joint venture research projects, we leverage advanced satellite technology to transform ideas from concept to market.

From in-depth research, we discover how space technology is revolutionizing markets and economies. As your high quality rich information stream on the future of earth observation and geospatial intelligence, we will explore hundreds of ideas and engage in meaningful conversations with industry leaders in the tech, space, and geospatial fields. While our host, Kolemann Lutz shares a lifetime’s worth of research and innovation, we would love for you to join the community we are building.

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Aug 21, 201914:58