Redwire’s exhibit opened last night at the 38th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Throughout the conference, Redwire will showcase its next-generation space infrastructure technology alongside space industry leaders.
Visit From Representative Doug Lamborn
Rep. Lamborn received a sneak peek of the Redwire booth ahead of the official event opening and met with Redwire leadership to discuss the technologies being developed at our Colorado facilities, like the Orion Camera System, which were used for the Artemis I mission, and the and Solar Cruiser solar sail persistent platform, important for national security.
Tech Talks and Panels
For the third year in a row, Redwire hosted live Tech Talks at the Redwire booth. Tuesday’s Tech talks included Norms of Behavior in Space, which was moderated by Redwire’s Chief Growth Officer Mike Gold and included Former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Former NASA Deputy Administrator Jim W. Morhard as panelists. The panelists explored a wide range of topics including the importance of inspiring the next generation aerospace workforce, the current state of the space landscape, and the role of public private partnerships in advancing our exploration and space technology goals.
Watch the full tech talk here:
The Lunar Infrastructure Happy Hour Tech Talk was moderated by Redwire’s Chief Technology Officer Al Tadros and included Stephanie Dudley, Gateway Mission Integration and Utilization Manager, NASA and Mike Provenzano, Director of Lunar Surface Systems, Astrobotic. The panel discussed the future of lunar power on the surface of the Moon and how Gateway will be a key enabler for lunar exploration.
Watch the full tech talk here:
Redwire Chairman and CEO Pete Cannito participated on the Establishing a Robust and Commercially Relevant Space Economy panel alongside Mark Boggett from Seraphim, Rob Meyerson from Delalune Space, and Dr. Laurence Vigeant-Langlois from AE Industrial Partners.
“I think we’re just scratching the surface on commercial space station opportunities. For example, Redwire is currently in the process of bioprinting a human knee meniscus on the ISS and has previously bioprinted human heart tissue. Microgravity provides a unique environment for novel materials and therapeutics and even entertainment and branding opportunities.”
MECO at the Redwire Booth
Space industry podcast Main Engine Cut Off (MECO) debuted at the Redwire booth as a live podcast recording. Host Anthony Colangelo and guests explored international partnerships and space policy. Guests included Redwire Chief Growth Officer Mike Gold; Masami Onoda, Director, Washington DC Office, JAXA; and Josh Wolny, Foreign Affairs Officer at U.S. Department of State for the international partnerships episode. For the space policy episode, Colangelo was joined by Lori Garver, Former Deputy Administrator of NASA and Karina Drees, President, Commercial Spaceflight Federation.
Watch the full podcast recording on “International Partnerships”:
Watch the full podcast recording on “Space Policy”:
Wednesday, April 19
- 11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Tech Talk: Addressing Future Gaps in DoD Space Architectures
- 12:30 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. | MECO Podcast: Mystery topic!
- 1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. | MECO Podcast: Commercialization of LEO and Lunar
- 2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. | MECO Podcast: Finance and Business Strategy
- 3:30-4:30 p.m. | Happy Hour Off Nominal Podcast: What’s Pitchin’ at Space Symposium?
- 3:35 p.m. – 4:35 p.m. | Panel: The Race to Reinvent the Space Station
- Redwire Chief Growth Officer Mike Gold
- Where: Cheyenne Mountain Resort, Game Changers Track
- 5:00-8:00 p.m. | Reception at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort
Check out the full lineup of Redwire events on the Redwire Space Symposium landing page.