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May 24, 2021 49 min
The Media Mavens team sits down with aerospace and defense executive Dan Lopez, the Chief Strategy Officer at Arkysis. Extremely ambitious, Lopez has been working tirelessly with Arkysis to help build the first all robotic space outpost. “What we’re trying to do is create a new form factor all together about how to get from the Earth to very far places from the Earth in a stabilized function, we’re building these modular space crafts if you will, that can assemble in space, build essentially itself, and aggregate much like Legos in space.” Lopez discussed.            With the Mavens team, Lopez talks about creating a “space-to-space economy,” the population's growing interest in space travel, along with endless possibilities of the future in space!            Tune in this week to learn how Arkysis is “Building the Future of Space Expansion” and why life in space is closer than we realize!
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