Episode 10 – Michelle Hanlon

The podcast is back with another set of interviews, and it kicks off in recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission with Michelle Hanlon, co-founder of For All Moonkind, which is trying to preserve humanity’s space heritage, including the landing site of humankind’s first steps on the moon.

We talk about how humanity can leave behind the conflicts around sovereignty and expand into the universe, how her previous corporate practice prepared her to work internationally, and just how badly she underestimated the slowness of international diplomacy.

You can also check out the Patreon page to hear us talk about how misconceptions in the general public about space activities negatively affects the level of support for new space missions.

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  1. Nelly helen Reply

    I’m a Nigerian law student interested in space law and this is an eye opener.

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