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Where will space technology take us by 2030, and what does this mean for life on Earth?

'More nations are now within reach of space than ever before' Image: REUTERS/NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center/Handout via Reuters

George Whitesides

Chairman, Space Advisory Board, Virgin Galactic

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