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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is coming to TC Sessions: Space 2020

TechCrunch Tuesday, 18 February 2020
This year marks our first-ever TC Sessions: Space event, and what better way to kick things off than with the head of NASA: Administrator Jim Bridenstine will join us onstage on June 25 in LA. NASA has been more open than ever before to working with startups and entrepreneurs, and we’ll hear directly from the […]
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