Bloombites: My Past as a Space Shuttle Engineer | 9/01/20

Bloombites: My Past as a Space Shuttle Engineer | 9/01/20

I wasn’t always a startup ecosystem evangelist. In fact, my first job out of college was building rocket engines for the Space Shuttle program. With that said, my nature is to still be a champion for whatever I am working on. I was recently invited to speak with Caitlin Wege and other fellow Tech Coast Angels San Diego members about manned space, past, present and future. It was a great discussion and we’ve turned it into this week’s podcast. 

Listen in to learn how rocket engines work, why it takes so long to develop space programs, and future market and investment opportunities in space. We also have the video recording, so check it out and let us know what you think of this format.

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Cheers,

Neal

 

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Neal Bloom

Neal Bloom

Neal is our founder and CTO (Chief Taco Officer). He’s the person behind our weekly Bloombites column, giving insight into the current tech happenings in San Diego and interviewing tech leaders on the Tacos and Tech Podcast. Neal went from working on rocket engines to becoming a tech entrepreneur and investor. When he’s not working, you can find him going on trail runs and experimenting to make the perfect cocktail.

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