Interorbital is Bringing Big, Sexy Rockets to the Forest Lawn Museum this Thursday

Photo courtesy of Interorbital Rockets.

On Thursday, October 10, 2019, from 5:00pm to 8:00pm., Randa Relich Milliron, CEO/CoFounder of the Mojave-based rocket and satellite manufacturing company Interorbital Systems, will present ‘Democratizing Space: Personalizing the Small Satellite Revolution.” as part of the Opening Reception of “The Elevated Eye: Aerial Photography Past and Present.”

Randa and her husband, Rod, and their friend, German Director George Keller, were the founders of a band called HBomb White Noise. It was one of the first electronica art bands in LA. Randa dresses like a Rockstar and the whole company wears black jumpsuits.

Her former band played at Goth events. Very dark. Very technological. They have also done space fashion shows in the past. You gotta dress for space!

Randa will be introducing a new line of rockets and personal satellites designed to be the scientific (and fashionable!) “must-haves” of 2020!  If you’re free, drop in—it’s a totally cool exhibition, and the presentation hall is unbelievably royal-scale. The event will take place at the Forest Lawn Museum, 1712 S. Glendale Avenue, Glendale, CA, 91205.

Randa and Rod are also available for Space Funerals–a totally new concept. You to can actually be buried among the stars. It brings a new meaning to go back where you came from!

 

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Tequila Mockingbird has been a longtime fixture on the LA music scene. Her first band was "Trouble for Nora" with Mitch Mitchell of "The Jimi Hendrix Experience." She sings with Jeff Goldblum and you can catch her show Saturday nights at Canter's. She is also a promoter, actress, writer and inventor. Her company, Do Monkey Productions, booked the historical punk rock TV show, "New Wave Theater." She has been published in Buzzbin Magazine and has a regular column in Rock City News. Recently she has created Tequila Tattoo Cream and opened The Punk Rock Museum to bring old friends together for art, music , and culture. It is located at KGB studios and curates special events all over Los Angeles in Pop up form. The museum has also contributed art to Pershing Square and Tequila hopes to curate more events for the city that she loves. www.lapunkmuseum.com
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