Welcome to the exciting and innovative technology of servicing satellites! In this course, you will learn how companies are revolutionizing the way in which space logistics are being employed to support the space ecosystem.
Welcome to the Nova Space Basic PNT Course. In this course, you will be serving as a project manager that has been tasked with developing a GPS augmentation space system.
Welcome to Nova Space’s Introduction to Orbits Course. In this course, you will learn the basics behind the physics of how objects are placed into orbits and what causes them to remain in orbit.
Welcome to the Nova Space Professional Course, the first in a series of courses designed to set the new standard for baseline knowledge, communication, and professional development within the Space Industry.
The Space Symposium is an annual event that sees industry leaders and experts from around the globe gather to discuss the most pressing issues that stand in the way of the space industry across commercial, government, and international sectors. You can also expect to find lots of amazing resources for personal and professional development in the space industry there.
Disrupt Magazine: Retired Marine Corps Officer Joseph Horvath Shares His Journey to Becoming CEO of Nova Space
In this series, I have the distinct pleasure of interviewing some of the world’s most interesting entrepreneurs. Recently, I caught up with the CEO of Nova Space, Joseph Horvath.
The space industry is taking off – if you’ll excuse the pun – and literally hundreds of thousands of people are looking to get in on the action. It’s not just about sending payloads into orbit anymore. Now, there are countless startups and entrepreneurs developing revolutionary space-based business concepts that are going to change the world.
CEO Magazine: Nova Space to Launch to Support the Training and Professional Development Side of the Blossoming Space Economy
As the space industry is seeing an absolute explosion in investment, there is going to need to be more focus on the human element of it. By ignoring the human element, a space company or organization will be challenged to meet the current pace of growth without the people to support it. We saw that need for more focus on the human side of developing the space ecosystem and we are one of the only organizations focused solely on that effort.