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Earlier this year, American space exploration kicked into high gear once again – albeit a little differently.

NASA partnered with SpaceX to launch the Falcon 9 to the International Space Station, opening what many are calling a new chapter in human space flight and one that will likely be defined by the involvement of private companies.

In this video, you’ll hear from The Technetics Group Director, Aerospace Business Unit Jason Riggs about what the next exciting event in space exploration might be and what’s on the horizon for the industry.

“There are so many exciting things going on in space travel and the space launch industry right now,” he said.

In particular, Riggs said SpaceX’s recent record for reuse of a booster (a Falcon 9 just completed its sixth mission) and the upcoming launches of satellites for the likes of SiriusXM, the United States Air Force and more will keep the momentum going.

As for Technetics, Riggs said on a previous episode of the Getting Technetical podcast that this new era of space exploration has opened a variety of doors for the company to support the furthering of our exploration of the universe.

Riggs said the company is excited to lend its support, knowledge and technical capabilities to all stakeholders in this new age of space travel.

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