The space race captured the nation's attention in the last century, but it doesn't seem that space captures people's imagination today. The idea of starting space companies is usually limited to hardcore space zealots, and many folks think that space is just too complex to address - it's rocket science, so it's not for them. But space remains the final frontier, and a sea of opportunity awaits. How can adopting the approach of Silicon Valley start-ups to the space industry break through the space barrier? Learn how Chris is shaking things up at NASA - and why he thinks a group of students could get a small spacecraft to the Moon for $300,000 or less.