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SingularityU Cape Town Chapter in collaboration with ReWild will host “Space, Technology and the Future” on 19 March 2018.
The event will host assistant project scientist, Anne Verbiscer, who is the New Horizons space researcher for NASA mission to Pluto and the Kuiper Belt; Mike Alec-Kearney, from South Africa’s satellite startup CubeSpace; and Carla Sharpe from the Square Kilometer-Array (SKA) project.
The three panelists will discuss the future of humankind’s existence in space, the technology behind spacecraft, and the new space age.
The event will take place at the V&A Waterfront’s Workshop 17 in Cape Town on Monday 19 March, beginning at 6pm.
Tickets are available from Quicket.
Memeburn is SingularityU Cape Town and Johannesburg Chapters’ official media partner.