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Dmitriy Tseliakhovich – Exponential Technologies and the Future of Aerospace
Posted: 11 November, 2015

Dmitriy Tseliakhovich – Exponential Technologies and the Future of Aerospace

On Tuesday (10 November) Dr. Dmitriy Tseliakhovich gave an online lecture for Space Challenges.

He said that he had and extreme passion for space since early age, he was interested to see how the industry was changing; what excites him the most is exploration and the ability to go beyond the frontier, to go to space. He is also tremendously excited for the search of another life.

Dimitriy said that the resources in space are unlimited compared to those on planet Earth. This is one of the reasons we should continue our exploration. He said that the space access today is very expensive and risky. Another problem is the lack of innovation. So how do we see the future? We should move from non-reusable rockets to fully reusable systems. We also have to make space affordable and last but not least minimize the amount of power, required for take-off.

Dmitriy Tseliakhovich said that there are some “forces” which help this desired change to come true. Those are: robotics, nanotechnology, reusable energy sources, advanced materials and additive manufacturing. After that he showed an interesting video about the “External Propulsion Concept”. The video expressed the vision for the future of launch.

Dimitriy made a comparison between the electromagnetically powered vehicles and the chemical rockets used nowadays. He and his team proved that with external propulsion we can build a system that is way more efficient than the chemical one. What followed was a video of “UAV Tracking and Energy Uplink”

The future is amazingly exciting!, this is how Dimitriy concluded his lecture.


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