Space Manufacturing Conference

Via Space Studies Institute:

Space Manufacturing 14: Critical Technologies for Space Settlement will be held at NASA Ames Conference Center in Mountain View, CA, October 30 and 31, 2010.
Thirty five years ago, NASA Ames Research Center was the site of the first large technical study of space settlement. We have made significant progress since then, but with the prospect of low cost space transportation in the near future, now is the time to reinvigorate research and collaboration on the critical path technologies needed for space industrialization and settlement. The 14th Space Studies Institute conference on Space Manufacturing continues in the spirit of the Princeton Conferences initiated by Prof. Gerard K O’Neill in 1974.
The Space Manufacturing and Space Settlement Conferences have always given SSI great value. This conference is the only one solely concerned with the science and engineering of humanity’s expansion into the solar system. Its most important function is to bring together the engineers, entrepreneurs and researchers who do the real work. New space companies and new institutions have formed from collaborations forged at earlier conferences. We hope that this and future annual SSI conferences will be as fruitful.

Aan bod komen volgende onderwerpen:

  • Session 1: Space Transportation Architecture
  • Session 2: Closed Environment Life Support Systems
  • Session 3: Robotics and Space Manufacturing
  • Session 4: Extraterrestrial Prospecting
  • Session 5: Engineering Materials from Non-Terrestrial Resources
  • Session 6: Space Solar Power and Space Energy Systems
  • Session 7: International, Legal and Economic Considerations

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