This rocket scientist thinks we'll have a camp on Mars by 2200: Mercenary Podcast - Philly

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Feb. 16, 2015 7:32 am

This rocket scientist thinks we’ll have a camp on Mars by 2200: Mercenary Podcast

Listen to a candid conversation with Boeing's Paul Giuliano.
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An artistic rendering from 2005 of possible colonies on Mars.

(Image via NASA)

This is a guest post by Matt Monihan, a UX designer at RJMetrics and the cofounder of the Mercenary Podcast.

Episode 10 of the Mercenary Podcast features a real-life rocket scientist.

Boeing’s Paul Giuliano joins Dan Clifton and me, Matt Monihan, to talk about how he keeps our satellites safe, the future of interstellar travel, jet propulsion, the privatization of the space industry and, of course, space chicken.

The Mercenary podcast is about how self-directed people choose to spend their time. What does a rocket scientist do day to day? What are the hard parts of the job? What are the fun parts? What parts make it worth it?

Listen as our guests reflect on what motivates them, how they define success and what makes them happy.

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Companies: Boeing
People: Matt Monihan

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