Space Exploration Keynote Speakers

Browse Space Exploration Speakers

Space Exploration keynote speakers give us insight into hard work and perseverance. Reaching one's full potential to dare to dream big along with having a few setbacks along the way are the hallmarks of a great space exploration keynote speaker. GDA has a roster of space exploration keynote speakers to empower your attendees.


Keynotes: 0 Books: 3 Videos: 1

Clayton Anderson

Astronaut, Motivational Speaker, Author, STEM / STEAM Education Advocate

The lessons he learned, compiled through years of training –including winter survival, aquanaut and spaceflight readiness training—and 167 days living and working in the vacuum of outer space, can become your lessons – leading you to stronger leadership, enhanced teamwork and your own legacy of “mission success.”

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Keynotes: 1 Books: 2 Videos: 5

Jose Hernandez

Retired Astronaut & Business Man

Jose Hernandez's talk is an effective motivational talk where individuals leave so inspired, they re-evaluate and upgrade their personal and professional goals in life. He shares a simple yet effective recipe that serves as an effective tool in the empowerment process.

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Keynotes: 1 Books: 1 Videos: 8

Mike Massimino

Astronaut, Columbia Professor, Author, Media Personality

An astronaut, the first person to tweet from space, a recurring character on The Big Bang Theory, and a New York Times bestselling author, Mike is currently a Columbia University professor, an Intrepid Museum advisor, a television host, and frequent guest on morning shows, news programs, and late night television.

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Douglas Vakoch, Ph.D.

President of METI–Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence, disrupting conventional science as “The Man Who Speaks for Earth.”

Called “The Man Who Speaks for Earth” by The New Yorker, Dr. Douglas Vakoch leads the disruptive scientific project to transmit radio messages into space, in the hope of making first contact with ET.

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