Bruce Furst has spent nearly two decades as the president of Ashber Corporation in Austin, Texas. More recently, Bruce Furst has focused his attention on his efforts with the Intergalactic Royalty Operations Corporation (iRoc). Although the company highlights matters of brand licensing and distribution rights, iRoc also maintains interest in a variety of space-related news.
At the end of October in 2017, NASA made a somewhat unusual observation of a comet or small asteroid entering the solar system from unknown origins. It marked the first time that NASA had the opportunity to actively track the presence of an object entering from another solar system, a fact that prompted many individuals to wonder what the object was and from where it originated.
The Minor Planet Center (MPC) named the object A/2017 U1, and described U1 as having an unprecedentedly extreme orbit. The object, later named Oumuamua by the Pan-STARRS observatory team that discovered it, moved at such a fast rate that scientists declared that the comet or asteroid’s trajectory would quickly take it on a one-way path out of our galaxy.
With over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, Bruce Furst boasts significant expertise in film and music licensing.