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ISDC 2014 Meal & Plenary Speakers

Wednesday Night Dinner Reception

                     

Keynote Presenter:
Richard Garriott - Private Astronaut

Bio:
Private astronaut Dr. Richard Garriott became the first second-generation American in space when he blasted off on Soyuz TMA-13 and spent 10 days on the International Space Station in October 2008. His foray into the space industry came as an adjunct to his 30 years of leading the software entertainment industry.  Today, he is one of the world’s leading experts on commercial private space travel. Currently, he is vice-chairman of Space Adventures, Ltd., the world’s premier private space exploration company. Richard also serves as a member of the NASA Advisory Council.

Keynote Presentation Title:
Opening the Floodgates to Entrepreneurial Space Exploration

Presentation Description:
Just a decade ago, when we first began talking publicly about the X-Prize, it had what we called the “giggle” factor, and we had a hard time raising the modest prize money. Today, we can not only talk about the X-Prize, but relatively easily raise millions of dollars for privately funded missions to mine asteroids and colonize Mars. Richard Garriott will show how the generation of Orphans of Apollo continues to fulfill the dream first stated in 1957 by Sergei Korolev, when he proclaimed "the road to the stars is open" following the historic flight of Sputnik 1. Today, at long last, each of us can chart our own future among the stars.

When:
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

Notes:  
Meal tickets are required to attend the meals.
Business attire recommended for all meal events.

 

 

 


Thursday Morning Plenary Session

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Master Of Ceremonies:
Dr. Ivan M. Rosenberg - President and CEO, Frontier Associates, Inc., and Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Aerospace & Defense Forum.

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Presenter:
Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti

Bio:
Eric Garcetti is the 42nd Mayor of Los Angeles. His "back to basics" agenda is focused on job creation and solving everyday problems for LA residents. Garcetti was elected four times by his peers to serve as President of the Los Angeles City Council, from 2006 to 2012. From 2001 until taking office as Mayor, he served as the Council member representing the 13th District, which includes Hollywood, Echo Park, Silver Lake, and Atwater Village—all of which were dramatically revitalized under Garcetti's leadership. Garcetti was raised in the San Fernando Valley and earned his B.A. and M.A. from Columbia University. He studied as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford and the London School of Economics and taught at Occidental College and USC. A fourth-generation Angeleno, he and his wife, Amy Elaine Wakeland, have a young daughter. He is a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy reserve and is an avid jazz pianist and photographer.

Presentation Title:
Los Angeles, Nexus of the Space Industry

Presentation Description:
The Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, will officially open the 33rd International Space Development Conference (ISDC 2014) hosted by the National Space Society (NSS). The Mayor will provide welcome remarks and his speech will highlight how ISDC 2014 is a unique opportunity to promote LA and Southern California as a great place for aerospace companies and the growing “New Space Companies.” Aerospace is California's second largest industry. The Mayor will describe why Los Angeles is a very important city for tech companies and why he is committed to promote the aerospace industry. He will emphasize how this industry can create new jobs. There will also be a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the conference.

 

 


 

              

Presenter:
Dr. David J. Gorney - Senior Vice President, Space Systems Group, The Aerospace Corporation

Bio:
Dr. David Gorney is currently the Vice President of Space Programs Operations at The Aerospace Corporation.  He joined The Aerospace Corporation in 1979 as a Mathematician in the Space Sciences Laboratory, Laboratory Operations. Other positions Dr. Gorney held within the Space Sciences Laboratory include MTS, Research Scientist, Manager, and Director. Dr. Gorney has also held positions as Principal Director, Office of Research and Technical Applications, Technology Operations; Principal Director, Office of Research and Engineering, Engineering and Technology Group; Principal Director, Defense Support Program; and Principal Director, Meteorological Satellite Systems. He has served as the Aerospace Corporate Chief Architect/Engineer and as the General Manager of the Navigation Division, responsible for development and acquisition of GPS space, control and user equipment. 

 

Presentation Title:
Challenges in Aerospace: An Invitation to Innovate

Presentation Description:
Dr. David Gorney, senior vice president, Space Systems Group, The Aerospace Corporation, examines the current state of the aerospace and defense industry in Southern California. Despite tight budgets and rising costs, Gorney finds there is still plenty of room for innovation and reinvention in both the private and public sector.

When:
8:30am to 9:45 am on Thursday, May 15, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

 

 


Thursday Lunch Session

                     

Keynote Presenter:
Geoffrey Notkin – Meteorite Expert & Star  of Science Channel’s Meteorite Men.

Bio:
http://www.notkin.net/

Keynote Presentation Title:
Meteorites and Me - We're Not From Around Here

When:
12:00 noon to 1:50 pm on Thursday, May 15, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

Notes:  
Meal tickets are required to attend the meals.
Business attire recommended for all meal events.

 


Thursday Dinner Reception

              

Keynote Presenter:
Jeff Greason - CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors, XCOR Aerospace

Bio:
http://www.xcor.com/team/founders.html

Keynote Presentation Title:
Government and Private Roles in Space Settlement

Presenting of the Space Pioneer Award Space Pioneer Award in the Science and Engineering category to Professor John S. Lewis, Professor Emeritus of Planetary Sciences and Co-Director of the Space Engineering Research Center at the University of Arizona

When:
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Thursday, May 15, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

Notes:  
Meal tickets are required to attend the meals.
Business attire recommended for all meal events.

 

 


Friday Morning Plenary Session

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Panel Title:
The Birth of a Thriving Commercial Space Economy

Panel Description:
The dictionary defines a renaissance as a rebirth.  We are certainly experiencing a major shift and corresponding rebirth in our space program.  This panel will explore various aspects of this shift from the birth of a commercial suborbital tourism market to mining the moon and the asteroids for water and precious metals, as well as examining new ways for government and industry to work together.

When:
8:30 am to 9:45 am on Friday, May 16, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

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Moderator:
Bruce Pittman - Founder and President, Profit Engineering Technologies; Director, Flight Projects & Chief System Engineer at NASA Space Portal and the Emerging Commercial Space Office; Senior Vice President & Senior Operating Officer, National Space Society

Bio:
https://sites.google.com/site/spaceportalnow/people/r-bruce-pittman

 

 
 

              

Panelist:
Dr. Robert Richards - Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Moon Express

Bio:
http://www.moonexpress.com/info_founders.html


              

Panelist:
Chuck Lauer - Vice President of Business Development, Rocketplane

Bio:
http://www.rocketplane.com/our_leaders.html

 

              

Panelist:
Jeff Greason - Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board of Directors, XCOR Aerospace

Bio:
http://xcor.com/team/founders.html

 

              

Panelist:
Rick Tumlinson - Chairman of the Board, Deep Space Industries

Bio:
http://deepspaceindustries.com/team/

 

              

Panelist:
William J. Pomerantz - Vice President, Special Projects, Virgin Galactic

Bio:
http://about.me/pomerantz

 

              

Panelist:
Dr. Dan Rasky - Chief, Space Portal Office and Senior Scientist, NASA Ames Research Center

Bio:
http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/about/people/rasky.html

 

 

 

 

 

 


Friday Lunch Session

                     

Keynote Presenter:
Frank DeMauro - Vice President and Program Director, CRS Program, Orbital Sciences

Bio:
Frank DeMauro is the Vice President and Program Director of the Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) program for Orbital’s Advanced Programs Group. In that capacity, he has managed the development, production and delivery of multiple Cygnus spacecraft and has managed the overall COTS and CRS contracts for Orbital since 2009. Just prior to becoming the Program Director for the COTS and CRS programs, he held the position of Vice President of Engineering in Orbital’s Technical Operations Group. Prior to that role, Mr. DeMauro managed development programs in Orbital’s commercial communications satellite group, which resulted in expanded versions of Orbital’s GeoStar-2 satellite platforms. These versions were the largest communications satellites built by Orbital. Since joining Orbital in 1991 as a Thermal Engineer, Mr. DeMauro has held positions in Subsystem Development, Systems Engineering, Business Development and Program Management. Mr. DeMauro holds a BS Degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Rutgers University.

 

Keynote Presentation Title:
From Virginia to the ISS...Orbital's Successful Development and Demonstration of Commercial Cargo Resupply Services

Presentation Description:
The presentation will be a summary and chronology of Orbital's development of the Antares Launch Vehicle, the new launch site at Wallops Flight Facility, and the Cygnus advanced maneuvering spacecraft. The presentation will describe the partnership with NASA on the COTS program and will highlight the challenges and accomplishments of the program, which culminated in a successful rendezvous and cargo delivery to the International Space Station.

When:
12:00 noon to 1:50 pm on  Friday, May 16, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

Space Pioneer Award:  
The Orbital Sciences Antares/Cygnus Team will receive the National Space Society’s Space Pioneer Award.

Jim Baen Awards:
William Ledbetter will present the 2014 Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest Awards. The Contest honors the memory of Jim Baen, founder of Baen Books, a publishing house specializing in the adventure, fantasy, military science fiction and space opera genres. Ledbetter, a writer with more than thirty speculative fiction stories and non-fiction articles, administers the Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest for Baen Books and the National Space Society. The National Space Society and Baen Books applaud the role that science fiction plays in advancing real science and have teamed up to sponsor this short fiction contest in memory of Jim Baen.

MC:  
Michael Simpson, Executive Director of Secure World Foundation, Professor of Space Policy and International Law at International Space University, will present the Space Pioneer Award for the Science and Engineering category to the Orbital Sciences Team

Notes:  
Meal tickets are required to attend the meals.
Business attire recommended for all meal events.

 


 

              

Presenter:
Michael S. Laidley - Antares Deputy Program Director, Orbital Sciences Corporation

Bio:
Michael has over 24 years of experiences in the aerospace industry, with over 22 years of experience at Orbital. He is currently the Deputy Program Director of Chandler Operations for Antares. In this capacity he leads the development and production team responsible for the second stage motor assembly, the avionics systems, the composite structure hardware, the flight and ground software, and the ordnance systems for Antares. He is responsible for the technical, schedule, and cost objectives for these subsystems reporting to the program’s managing vice president. Michael has worked in this capacity, on Antares, since the creation of the program in May 2007.

Prior to working Antares, Michael was a Program Manager on the Orbital Suborbital Program responsible for Minotaur I and II development, production, and flight operations.  In this capacity Michael lead the production and launch teams for 9 highly successful Minotaur (I&II) missions. These vehicles launched from Vandenberg AFB and Wallops Island Virginia carrying payloads for the US Air Force. 

Michael has supported many Orbital programs as a mechanical design engineer prior to working in program management. His experience is diverse, ranging from design of dynamic tracking systems for satellite ground stations to composites design for the Pegasus wing, to metal structure design work on the Pegasus aft skirt. 

 

Friday Governors Dinner

                     

Keynote Presenter:
Rick Searfoss - Director of Flight Test Operations and Chief Test Pilot, XCOR Aerospace; Former NASA Astronaut and Space Mission Commander for Three Shuttle Missions; Chief Judge for the $10 million Ansari X Prize; Colonel, USAF (Ret.)

Bio:
http://www.xcor.com/team/pilots.html

 

Keynote Presentation Title:
Rebirth as a Bouncing Beaming Baby or Screaming Little Monster?

When:
Cocktail Reception: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Friday, May 16, 2014

Governors Dinner: 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm on Friday, May 16, 2014

Where:

Cocktail Reception:  California Prefunction Governors Dinner:  Grand Ballroom 

Presenting of the Heinlein Award to Elon Musk, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Designer, SpaceX.

Presenting of the Space Pioneer Award for the Science and Engineering category to the MESSENGER Team:
Sean Solomon, Principal Investigator
Larry Nittler, Deputy Principal Investigator
Ralph McNutt, Project Scientist

 

Presenting of the Grand Prizes for the NASA/NSS Space Settlement Design Competition:
NASA Ames Research Center in conjunction with the National Space Society sponsors an annual space settlement design contest for 6-12th grade students. Each spring, students send their designs for homes in space for judging by NASA engineers and scientists. The contest has inspired thousands of students and helped hundreds of teachers bring the excitement of space settlement to the youth of America and the world.

Presenting of the NSS Chris Pancratz Activist of the Year Award and the NSS Excellence Awards.

MC:  
Geoffrey Notkin, Meteorite Expert & Star  of Science Channel’s Meteorite Men

Notes:  
Meal tickets are required to attend the meals.
Business attire recommended for all meal events.

 


Saturday Morning Plenary Session

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Panel Title:
Asteroids for Life, Then and Now

Panel Description:
Asteroids hold keys to the origin of life on Earth, pose a threat to life’s survival, and offer opportunities to improve the quality of life on Earth through the resources they offer. Media attention on asteroids suggests that most people are aware of the threat they present and the hope that we might some day be able to protect ourselves from a so-called “planet-killer.” The establishment of asteroid mining concerns, as fantastic as they sound, has lent some reality to the long-term vision of asteroid resource development. But to many, this all still sounds like science fiction. The panel will provide an overview of these issues, and discuss them in the context of today's scientific, economic, political, and social climate, with an emphasis on what we might do now (or perhaps must do now) to stay on track to meet these goals and challenges.

When:
8:30 am to 9:45 am on Saturday, May 17, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

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Moderator/Chair:
Dr. Laura Danly – Curator, Griffith Observatory  

Bio:
Dr. Laura Danly is an astronomer and Curator of Griffith Observatory. She was a researcher with NASA'sHubble Space Telescope Science Institute for ten years where she studied the structure of the Milky Way galaxy and served as Hubble's first Project Scientist for Education. Dr. Danly has been a leader in public astronomy since then, holding curatorial and education positions at both the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and the American Museum of Natural History before coming to Los Angeles.

 

 

 

 


    

 

                   

Penelist:
Professor John S. Lewis - Professor Emeritus of Planetary Sciences and Co-Director of the Space Engineering Research Center at the University of Arizona

Bio:
John S. Lewis is Chief Scientist for Deep Space Industries, an asteroid-mining company, and Professor Emeritus of Planetary Sciences and Co-Director of the Space Engineering Research Center at the University of Arizona.  He was previously a Professor of Planetary Sciences and Chemistry at MIT.  His research interests include the origin of the Solar System, the evolution of planetary atmospheres, the origin of organic matter in planetary environments, the chemical structure and thermal history of icy satellites, the hazards of comet and asteroid bombardment of Earth, and the extraction, processing, and use of the energy and material resources of nearby space.  He served on the Board of Directors of American Rocket Company (AmRoc) during the development of hybrid rocket motors for the private launch business, a process that culminated in the use of an AmRoc-designed motor to propel SpaceShipOne to an altitude of over 100 km, and win astronaut’s wings for its pilots in 2004.  

 

 

 


 

              

Panelist:
Dr. Seth Shostak - Senior Astronomer, SETI Institute 

Bio:
http://www.seti.org/seti-institute/staff/seth-shostak


              

Panelist:
Dr. Michael Nolan - Scientist, Arecibo Observatory

Bio:
Dr. Michael Nolan is the head of the Planetary Sciences group at the Arecibo Observatory and a former Director of the observatory, where he has been a staff member for 19 years. His research concentrates on the study of near-Earth asteroids and the terrestrial planets using the Arecibo planetary radar system, with application to mission planning, studies of Solar System formation, hazard mitigation, and resource exploitation.

 

              

Panelist:
Howard Bloom - National Space Society Board of Governors

Bio:
http://howardbloom.net/

 

              

Panelist:
William Ailor - Principal Engineer, Center for Orbital and Reentry Debris Studies, Vehicle System Division, Engineering and Technology Group, The Aerospace Corporation

Bio:
https://www.aerospace.org/expertise/experts/dr-william-ailor/

 

              

Saturday Lunch Session

                     

Keynote Presenter:
Buzz Aldrin – Apollo 11 Astronaut, Author, and Founder, ShareSpace Foundation and Starcraft Boosters, Inc.; NSS Board of Governors

Bio:
http://www.nss.org/about/bios/aldrin.html

Keynote Presentation Title:
Buzz Aldrin's Unified Space Vision.

When:
12:00 noon to 1:50 pm on Saturday, May 17, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

Presenting of the Space Pioneer Award for Entrepreneurial Business to Gwynne Shotwell, President and Chief Operating Officer, SpaceX

Notes:  
Meal tickets are required to attend the meals.
Business attire recommended for all meal events.

 

 

Saturday Space Renaissance Celebration

Dinner 7:00 PM (Grand Ballroom)

Space is Sexy” Party 9:45 PM (California Ballroom)

 

              

Keynote Presenter:
John Mankins - President, Artemis Innovation Management Solutions LLC

Bio:
http://www.artemisinnovation.com/aboutus.html

Keynote Presentation Title:
A Hopeful Future: Space Resources, Space Solar Power and a Hopeful Future for All

Don Fluornoy introduces the International SunSat Design Competition:
The International SunSat Design Competition links global scientific communities with university-based (and other) digital media labs for the purposes of advancing knowledge of space-based solar power satellites (SunSats) and illustrating their many Earth-energy applications. The 2013-2015 Competition is managed by the Ohio University GRID Lab under sponsorship of the National Space Society and the Society of Satellite Professionals International.  The SunSat Design Competition 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Teams will receive their awards

ISDC 2014 Conference Chair Pat Montoure will hand the ISDC off to ISDC 2015 Canada Team (represented by Farnaz Ghadaki, ISDC 2015 Conference Chair)

NSS Kickstarter Project Movie Premiere (introduced by ISDC2014 Co-Chair John Spencer and Author/Producer/Educator Rod Pyle)

When:
7:00 pm to 9:30 pm on Saturday, May 17, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

Notes:  
Meal tickets are required to attend the meal and Space is Sexy party. Business attire recommended for all meal events. Bring a costume for the party.

Access to the "Space is Sexy" party is free for people who have purchased a meal ticket for the Saturday night Celebration Dinner (Click here to purchase meal tickets).
 

 


              

Featured Presenter:
Mark Hopkins - Chairman of the NSS Executive Committee

Bio:
http://www.nss.org/about/bios/hopkins.html

Featured Presentation Title:
Space Solar Power

 


              

Featured Presenter:
Taber MacCallum - Chief Technology Officer, World View Enterprises; Chief Executive Officer, Paragon Space Development Corporation

Bio:
http://www.paragonsdc.com/index.php?action=viewPost&postID=38

Featured Presentation Title:
Sea Change in the Space Industry

Presentation Description:
Many facets of the environment for the space industry have aligned to create a perfect storm from which few companies or organizations will emerge unchanged. However, the range of commercial and philanthropic enterprises propelled by the winds of this storm is unprecedented. While some lessons have emerged from the flotsam and jetsam of endeavors such as Space Biospheres Ventures and Space Industries Inc., we are clearly in a new era with an increasing rate of change. 

 

 


Sunday Morning Plenary Session

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Featured Presenter:
Naveen Jain - Co-founder, Moon Express

Bio:
Naveen Jain is a philanthropist, entrepreneur and a technology pioneer driven to solve the world’s biggest challenges. He is a Trustee of the X PRIZE Foundation, serveing as Co-Chairman of Education and Global Development. Naveen is also Trustee of Singularity University and a founder of World Innovation Institute, iNome and Infospace. A fervent advocate of innovation and entrepreneurship, Naveen is a member of Pacific Council on International Policy and the Explorers Club.

Presentation Title: Exploring the Cosmos & Our Own Human Potential

Presentation Description: In this keynote, Moon Express co-founder Naveen Jain will articulate his belief in the long term economic potential of the Moon to produce resources essential to Earth’s energy future. Moon Express is an X PRIZE Foundation finalist – one of only two teams to have just received “milestone prizes” in all three categories – that is focused not only on lunar exploration but also the possibility of ongoing commercial development focused on benefits to Earth, and is privately funded and based at the NASA Ames Research Park in Silicon Valley. Moon Express plans to send a series of robotic spacecraft to the Moon for ongoing exploration and commercial development focused on benefits to Earth, and has signed a partnership agreement with NASA for development of a lunar lander system.

When:
8:30 am to 8:45 am on Sunday, May 18, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

 


Sunday Morning Plenary Session

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Panel Title: NASA Partners with Industry on Commercial Crew to Orbit

Panel Description: Building on the very successful Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program that helped SpaceX and Orbital develop commercial cargo capabilities, NASA is now helping companies develop capabilities to transport people to and from low Earth orbit.  NASA’s Commercial Crew Program (CCP) is investing in commercial crew capabilities and certifying that these commercial systems can safely ferry NASA astronauts to the International Space Station.  This panel will include progress reports and plans from key CCP partners.

When:
8:45 am to 9:45 am on Sunday, May 18, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

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Moderator:
Dennis Stone – Manager of Program Integration in NASA’s Commercial Crew & Cargo Program Office (C3PO), Johnson Space Center

Bio:
Dennis Stone is Manager of Program Integration in NASA’s Commercial Crew & Cargo Program Office (C3PO) at the Johnson Space Center.  This innovative program managed a successful $800 million investment in COTS; COTS partners SpaceX and Orbital Sciences leveraged this investment to develop and demonstrate capabilities to transport cargo to and from ISS.  Mr. Stone chaired the Business Committee in both rounds of COTS competitions, helped manage NASA’s first $50M investment in Commercial Crew Development (CCDev), promoted the microgravity market for the COTS partners, and helped manage C3PO operations.  His office now leads a new initiative, Collaborations for Commercial Space Capabilities (CCSC), which will advance entrepreneurial efforts related to space exploration through access to NASA's spaceflight resources. Before helping to start the COTS program in 2005, Mr. Stone had two decades of International Space Station experience with NASA, including serving as Chief System Engineer of the Assured Crew Return Vehicle, Manager of ISS Avionics Integration, Risk Management Lead, and ISS Commercialization Working Group Chair.  He began his career at McDonnell Douglas designing software for the commercial Payload Assist Module, and then worked at Ford Aerospace and Rockwell International supporting the Johnson Space Center before joining NASA in 1985. Mr. Stone serves as volunteer President of World Space Week Association, a non-profit organization which globally coordinates UN-declared World Space Week, held each October 4-10.  The largest space event on Earth, this celebration grew in 2013 to over 1,400 events in 80 nations to inspire students and the public about space through events and media coverage. He earned two BS degrees, in Physics and Electrical Engineering, from the University of Hawaii. He is an Associate Fellow of the AIAA.

 

 

 



Panelist:
Chris Ferguson - Director of Crew and Mission Operations, Commercial Crew Program, The Boeing Company (former NASA Shuttle Astronaut)

Bio:
http://isdc.nss.org/2014/bio-chris-ferguson.html


 

Panelist:
Steve Lindsey - Senior Director, Space Exploration Systems, Sierra Nevada Corporation's Space Systems (former NASA Shuttle Astronaut).

Bio:
http://www.spacedev.com/ss_key_steve_lindsey.php

 

 

Sunday Lunch Session

Keynote Presenter:
Rick Tumlinson - Chairman of the Board, Deep Space Industries

Bio:
http://deepspaceindustries.com/team/

 

Keynote Presentation Title:  SpaceMap - An Integrated Plan for the Exploration and Settlement of Space.

When: 
12:00 noon to 1:50 pm on  Sunday, May 18, 2014

Where:
Grand Ballroom  

NSS Chapter Awards:
NSS VP of Chapters Larry Ahearn presents the NSS Chapter Awards

SpaceUp Preview:
Eric Gever (Young Professionals Chair, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Los Angeles Las Vegas Section) will present a preview of SpaceUp.

Notes:  
Meal tickets are required to attend the meals.
Business attire recommended for all meal events.

 

 

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