Eva-Jane Lark

Eva-Jane Lark
Eva-Jane Lark is a Vice-President and Investment Advisor at one of Canada’s largest full-service investment firms. A passionate observer and advocate of commercial space development, she is frequently invited as a speaker and panelist to offer her keen insights into emerging new space industries and their financing, and on space resource development.

Space: A Healthy Space Program Equals A Healthy Economy

penny4nasa

As the Canadian government considers what do to about the future of Canada’s space program we thought it might be worth looking back a few years to the same question that was posed in the U.S.  This interview by Eva-Jane Lark with Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses how space and the economy are interrelated. The  interview first appeared in Space Quarterly Magazine in September 2012.

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From the X Prize to Mining Asteroids: An Interview With Peter Diamandis – Space Quarterly Magazine Archive

Peter Diamandis

This past week the X Prize Foundation announced it had resurrected the Lunar X Prize. This announcement was unprecedented in the X Prize Foundation history. Combined with the increasing interest in asteroid mining we thought it useful to present this interview by Eva-Jane Lark with X Prize Foundation founder Peter Diamandis which first appeared in Space Quarterly Magazine in June 2012.

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NanoRacks: Providing a Commercial Pathway for Research in Low Earth Orbit – Space Quarterly Magazine Archive

NanoRacks Plate Reader

This past week the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) contracted NanoRacks as the launch services provider for the Canadian CubeSat Project. This was the first time the CSA had signed a contract with NanoRacks. With this event we thought it useful to present this interview by Eva-Jane Lark with NanoRacks co-founder Jeff Manber which first appeared in Space Quarterly Magazine in December 2012.

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Bigelow Aerospace – LEO and Beyond – Space Quarterly Magazine Archive

The Genesis II module was launched June 28, 2007, is 4.4 meters in length and has 11.5 cubic meters of usable volume

This past week Bigelow Aerospace announced it had created a new company called Bigelow Space Operations that manages and operates space stations developed by Bigelow Aerospace and that they had partnered with CASIS which manages the U.S. National Laboratory on the International Space Station. With Bigelow stepping up operations, we thought it useful to present this interview by Eva-Jane Lark with founder Robert Bigelow which appeared in Space Quarterly Magazine in …

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Interviewed: Jeff Greason, CEO of XCOR Aerospace – Space Quarterly Magazine Archive

Jeff Greason, XCOR

On June 30 XCOR laid off its remaining staff as the company faces serious financial trouble. The company that for years promised to take tourists to the edge of space and provide a platform for researchers to conduct suborbital research with its Lynx suborbital spacecraft, is now on life support. They will hire on a few people on a contract basis as they try to …

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