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Behind-The-Scenes: Millennium Space Systems
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Millennium Space Systems (map )
2265 E El Segundo Blvd, El Segundo, CA

Registration
Ticket TypeRegularRegistration
Alumni:$20.00BUY TICKET
Student:$20.00BUY TICKET
Others:$20.00BUY TICKET

Spaces Available: 38 - See Who’s Coming
Contact: Sam Pyo (562) 587-1617


A disruptive innovation, small satellites are being sent into orbit for well under a few million dollars, allowing corporations, educational institutions, and even individuals low-cost access to space. Constellations of small satellites could provide global connectivity for a large portion of the world that currently has no way to connect, and in situations when infrastructure is abruptly interrupted by a natural disaster.


Come join the alumni of the UCLA Anderson Business School, UCLA Engineering School, and UCLA School of Law as we explore the future of the satellite industry with Stan Dubyn, CEO of Millennium Space Systems, a leading designer and developer of next generation, high performance spaceships.
Food & Beverage will be served.

About Millennium Space Systems
Founded in 2001 and based in El Segundo, Millennium Space Systems specializes in developing highly effective, rapidly delivered space mission solutions: systems that take anywhere from 12 months to 48 months from start to launch. Millennium designed and built AQUILA-1, a 200 kilogram spacecraft that launched in 2011 at a cost of less than $20 million.

About Stan Dubyn, CEO Millennium Space Systems
Stan has over 37 years of hands-on leadership, technical and programmatic experience on complex space flight systems for the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and NASA. Prior to founding Millennium Space Systems, Stan was President of SpaceDev and was also the Co-Founder of Spectrum Astro, which was acquired by General Dynamics Corporation in 2004 and sold to Orbital Sciences in 2008. Stan has received his MS and BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Southern California. 
ATTENTION: Please note that this is a secured facility so every attendee's name will be checked against a U.S government database. If you are not a U.S citizen, you must bring your passport to enter the facility.
Any questions, please contact Sam Pyo '03: sam.pyo@chase.com or 562-587-1617.

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