An Evening with United Launch Alliance CEO Tory Bruno, Feb. 25, 2019

Join us for an insightful lecture presented by the President and CEO of United Launch Alliance, Tory Bruno  

The topic of the lecture will be about ULA’s transformation and vision for the future of space launch.

United Launch Alliance is solely focused on our customer’s mission and is the nation’s most experienced space launch company with more than 130 consecutive launches and a 100% mission success rate. ULA is transforming the future of space launch, making it more affordable and accessible for our customers and the new Vulcan Centaur rocket will make the impossible possible with capabilities that will allow a thriving lunar economy and extend the reaches of space exploration for generations to come. We are standing on the threshold of a post scarcity human future. Recent discoveries by NASA and others have revealed the presence of natural resources on the moon and other near earth asteroids. An expansion of space transportation systems and the supporting industrial base is occurring which, together with the discovery of ubiquitous water that can be converted to high energy rocket fuel, could make recovery of space resources practical and promise a new era for humanity.

Monday, February 25, 2019
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.

 Hartley Room
Florida Institute of Technology
150 W. University Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32955

Sponsored by: Melbourne Regional Chamber of East Central Florida, Space Florida, and Missile, Space and Range Pioneers.

The event is free and open to the public.

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This lecture is part of the F. Alan Smith Distinguished Lecture Series

Established in 2007 as the F. Alan Smith Visiting Executive Program and now known as the F. Alan Smith Distinguished Lecture Series, this event was created to attract corporate executives in the transportation industry and other subject experts to speak to students, faculty and community members at  Florida Institute of Technology. At least one executive speaker is welcomed to campus every Fall and Spring semester. Speakers address topics such as innovation in the automotive industry, self-driving cars, the hyperloop high-speed rail, and innovations in ride-sharing and transportation.

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