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Cosmic disturbance? Ft. Cosmic disturbance? Mike Massimino, former astronaut & professor at Columbia

Space exploration, something that humanity now takes for granted, has stumbled into uncertainty this year. With old technologies plagued by glitches and new ones still in development, will we once again find ourselves grounded on planet Earth? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Mike Massimino, former US astronaut & professor of mechanical engineering at Columbia University.

The interview was conducted at the 2018 Web Summit in Lisbon.


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