Explore Mars, Inc. is pleased to announce the much anticipated 2015 Humans to Mars Summit (H2M) is quickly approaching. H2M 2015 will take place on May 5-7, 2015 at The George Washington University in Washington,DC. H2M is a comprehensive Mars exploration conference that addresses the major technical, scientific, and policy challenges of getting humans to Mars, as well as how such missions can have positive impacts on STEM education, American Competitiveness and other important collateral issues.
Due to the amount of other large conferences in Washington D.C. at the time of the H2M 2015, Explore Mars Inc has reserved a special rate of $194/night, plus 13% tax, has been locked in for H2M 2015 attendees at the Holiday Inn Rosslyn. There are a limited number of rooms available at this price, so reserve your room today.
Reservations must be made before April 5th to guarantee availability and reduced rates.
Affording Mars 2014
To continue building community consensus on the future of human space exploration, the Second Mars Affordability and Sustainability Workshop (AM II) was hosted by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and held at the Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) conference building on the Caltech campus in Pasadena, CA, October 14 – 15, 2014. Approximately 60 invited professionals from the industrial and commercial sectors, academia, NASA, and the Canadian Space Agency participated in the workshop.
Time Capsule to Mars
WASHINGTON–At a press conference Monday, Time Capsule to Mars™ (TC2M), a project of Explore Mars, officially launched the largest crowd-funding campaign in history to realize the world’s first privately-funded and student-led interplanetary mission to Mars. The team will design, launch, fly and land a CubeSat-based spacecraft on the surface of Mars, carrying digital content from tens of millions of people across the globe for future colonists of the Red Planet to discover.
The Future Inspired
Explore Mars will be featuring videos that both inspire the future and demonstrate the path forward necessary to achieve it. We will host videos from industry leaders and aspiring dreamers, those that illustrate the beauty and wonder of Mars and Space, as well as those that feature STEM, STEAM, and other educational material. Share your dreams on Facebook or at email@example.com.
“May this survey be a call to action, a validation that the American public is still committed to doing great and noble things, ‘not because they are easy, but because they are hard.’ Americans are united in confidence and spirit that men and women will walk on Mars within their lifetime. Let us commit ourselves to this noble cause of the human spirit.”
Artemis Westenberg, President, Director, and Co-Founder of Explore Mars