Category: Conference 2011

presentations of the ISS & Mars DC conference

presentations of the ISS & Mars DC conference

Buzz Aldrin speaks at ISS & Mars DC conference (6 April 2011) On these pages you will find the presentations of the ISS & Mars conference 6-7 April 2011 in Washington DC. The presenations by the panelmembers of the DC conference will be grouped together per panel, following the original programming. The order of these […]

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ISS & Mars DC conference day wrap upps

ISS & Mars DC conference day wrap upps

If you feel like needing a short and succinct overview of the conference without wanting to sit through the complete set of youtube posted conference videos just visit these: John Grunsfeld (image above) gives a summary of day one of the conference James Garvin giving an overview of day two of the conference, but much more […]

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ISS & Mars Conference Agenda 2011

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 8:00-9:00 Registration and Coffee 9:00-10:00 Keynote address Charles F. Bolden, Jr. – Administrator, NASA 10:00-12:00 Panel Session 1: What we have learned and the challenges to human exploration of Mars Moderated by: Bret G. Drake (Exploration Architect, NASA/JSC) Panelist: John B. Charles, Ph.D. (Chief Scientist, NASA Human Research Program, NASA/JSC) Panelist: […]

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ISS & Mars MIT Press Release

ISS & Mars MIT Press Release

“The International Space Station and Mars” Panel at MIT November 5, 2010 Beverly, Massachusetts, October 20, 2010: Explore Mars, Inc., in cooperation with the National Space Society (NSS), is pleased to announce the launch of a new series of public outreach programs called “ISS and Mars” that will explore the question, “How can the International […]

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