Space Travel, Now and Then. Between Chances and Coincidences
Taking a trip to outer space might be the stuff of sci-fi for most of us, but soon it could be a viable holiday destination. A few different companies are pioneering space tourism such as Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic or SpaceX – started by Elon Musk, co-founder of the Tesla electric car company who has promised to take two tourists on a trip around the moon. Then there’s Blue Origin, which was founded by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Soon it won’t only be Nasa-trained astronauts who can experience the wonder of space travel but what are the challenges? Get insights from Laura Winterling what creative thinking in unknown environments really means and how to manage challenges in modern space flight ventures. Learn from her very own personal experiences gathered as astronaut instructor for the European Space Agency and from her missions around the globe at International Partner Sites like NASA in Houston and Roskosmos in Moscow, as well as Soyuz Rocket Launches from Baikonur, Kazakhstan.
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- My biggest challenge is... always be that little bit better than yesterday.
- Creative thinking in events means... showing empathy for the needs of others and seeing things from a different perspective.
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