Topic: Sustainability, international and commercial colla
Date: September 16, 2014
Location: , Washington, DC US, 20001
Location: Knight Studio at the Newseum
Exploring space firsthand seems more elusive now than ever before.
In the last twenty five years, more than twenty NASA human space exploration programs have been terminated and two presidential strategic initiatives have been vacated, resulting in wasted opportunities, resources, and time.
Despite these setbacks, efforts are underway to build a more sustainable space exploration program as stated by the recently released US National Research Council study assessing the goals, capabilities, and future trajectory of NASA's endeavor. In addition, the advent of cheaper, advanced technologies and private sector innovation are leading to more globalized approaches to space exploration. Now is the time to catalyze international cooperation and reclaim our aspirations to discover the far reaches of space, our final frontier.
Please join a forum of international thought leaders from business, academia, and government, discussing opportunities for international and commercial collaboration to build a more sustainable space exploration program.
Bernard M. Oliver Chair for SETI Research and Former Director, Center for SETI Research, SETI Institute
Former Senior Adviser on Space and Aeronautics, Committee on Commerce, Science,
Jon M. Huntsman, Jr.
Nazzic S. Keene
Global Markets and Missions Sector
Director, International Science and Technology Policy Program; Director, Center for International Science and Technology Policy;
Director, Space Policy Institute
The George Washington University
Professor of History
Deputy Chair, Policy Committee
National Space Society
Executive Vice President
This conference is in partnership with SAIC.
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