Eric Dahlstrom

Co-founder
SpaceBase
Participates in 1 Session

Co-Founder, SpaceBase and International Space Consultants

Eric Dahlstrom is a co-founder of SpaceBase, a social enterprise focused on democratizing space for everyone by co-creating space ecosystems in emerging countries, starting with New Zealand. In 2017, he joined the inaugural cohort of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship program in New Zealand. 

Mr. Dahlstrom is a space engineer, astronomer, and consultant who has worked on spacecraft design and space science for 40 years, both for NASA and the commercial space industry. He studied physics, astronomy, and space systems engineering and is currently a member of the faculty of the International Space University, having taught in ten countries.
 
Mr. Dahlstrom worked for NASA on the design of the International Space Station including the Russian interface. He co-authored NASA’s “Lessons Learned from Challenger” report and the risk of Shuttle accidents. Mr. Dahlstrom has supported a dozen entrepreneurial space companies, served as project manager for commercial lunar spacecraft and payloads, and managed team projects at Singularity University. He is a planetary sciences mentor for the NASA Frontier Development Lab, applying artificial intelligence to the hazard of asteroid impact.
 

Sessions in which Eric Dahlstrom participates

Thursday 30 July, 2020

Time Zone: NZDT/Wellington
14:00
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