Bill Kemp - Creating Space Structures On The Moon - Cold Star Project S02E62
Cold Star Project
United Space Structures CEO and founder Bill Kemp is on the Cold Star Project to share his plans to create real estate via structures for living and working in on the Moon. Safe inside lava tubes, USS will engineer space structures so that people can survive there. Host Jason Kanigan asks Bill: What kind of business model does United Space Structures have? What kind of tenants do you want to have at your facilities? Tell us about the lunar infrastructure service you intend to provide What is the “marketplace need” for this offer? What level of budget is required to move ahead? Is it needed in stages or as a lump sum? What is the potential Return On Investment (ROI) for your lunar facilities? How many facilities do you want to build and where? What technical requirements are needed to implement this solution? Why not an inflatable approach? What kind of partners are you seeking to support the project? Tell us about the preparation & learning required to get to this point. United Space Structures website: https://united-space-structures.com/ Get new episodes directly in your inbox: https://www.coldstartech.com/msb Talk to Cold Star: https://www.coldstartech.com/bookcall
Ex Terra Podcast: Bill Kemp, United Space Structures
Ex Terra: The Journal of Space Commerce
On this edition of the Ex Terra podcast, we talk with Bill Kemp, CEO of United Space Structures. USS is planning to build a large self-sustaining facility on the Moon that will house hundreds of people and to start construction by 2026.
Bill Kemp is the founder and CEO of United Space Structures, a space architecture firm that is aiming to construct large structures within lava tubes on the Moon and Mars starting as early as the year 2026. Learn more about his team of space architects/lawyers, the design concept and construction technique for building within a lava tube, how his curiosity of the Oneill Cylinder 37 years ago prompted him to create United Space Structures, and what life would be like for the first "Lunies" on the Moon.
Podagraph Bonus: State Farm Building with Bill Kemp
Podagraph: The Official Pantagraph Podcast
Government Reporter Derek Beigh interviews Bill Kemp, librarian at the McLean County Museum of History, about the downtown State Farm building hours after the company announced that community institution will be razed.Bill discusses how the building was built over four stages and several years; what it’s meant to the company, Bloomington-Normal and places beyond; and what lies ahead for the downtown district where the museum also sits.Music by SappheirosListen