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NASA ESMD Technology Exchange Conference

By SpaceRef Editor
September 16, 2007
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NASA’s Exploration Systems Mission Directorate — which oversees NASA’s planning and execution of a return to the moon — is planning a Technology Exchange Conference Nov. 14-15, 2007, in Galveston, Texas.

NASA aims to develop a constellation of new capabilities, supporting technologies, and foundational research that enables sustained, affordable human and robotic exploration of space. In order to support this complex mission, we must diligently and thoughtfully seek innovative and synergistic technology solutions from both traditional and non-traditional sources.

The purpose of the conference is to open a dialogue among NASA, major aerospace contractors, subject expert companies, the Department of Defense, government agencies and academia on capabilities needs and potential technology solutions that will enable expanded space exploration. In particular, this conference will focus on lunar operations and outpost technology.

Attending NASA’s Technical Exchange Conference will give you the opportunity to:

  • Connect with NASA’s technology customers
  • Identify key challenges and potential solutions for sustained and affordable space exploration
  • Explore potential collaborations
  • Request one-on-one meetings with NASA technology theme leads

When: November 14-15, 2007


Galveston Island Convention Center
5222 Seawall Boulevard
Galveston, TX 77551

Attire: Business casual

RSVP: By Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Register Here

SpaceRef staff editor.