“The Venture Class Launch Service is NASA’s way to use small dedicated rockets to launch small but highly capable satellites into Low Earth Orbit. These are the same people who launch ALL of NASA’s earth and science missions, telescopes, rovers, NOAA’s weather satellites, and all un-crewed missions,” says Justin Treptow, ELaNa-19 Mission Manager. “This is a ‘venture’ into a new type of rocket that’s less expensive per launch, launched more frequently, and specifically focused on smaller satellites less than 300 KG or a compliment of CubeSats launched in groups.”
“Each of The DAVE School’s programs and courses are developed and taught by experienced industry professionals. Here on the backlot at Universal Studios Florida, inside Sound Stage 25, our students experience what it is like to work in a visual effects or game studio,” says Associate Director Brad Murphy. “The DAVE School produces skilled artists who are ready to fill industry positions. That’s a fact I’m proud of,” Murphy declares.