Category: ISS & Mars press releases

Press Release: 12-13 April 2012, Strasbourg, Explore Mars Inc. & the International Space University present ISS and Mars conference

Strasbourg, France, February 17, 2012: In partnership with International Space University (ISU), Explore Mars, Inc. is presenting the International Space Station and Mars Conference at the Boeing Auditorium at the ISU Central Campus in Strasbourg, France on April 12-13, 2012. This conference will discuss how ISS can be utilized to advance the goal of sending […]

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ISS & Mars DC Press Release #3

ISS & Mars DC Press Release #3

Explore Mars, Inc. Completes Phase 1 of the International Space Station and Mars Series Beverly, Massachusetts, June 2, 2011: On May 20, 2011, Explore Mars, Inc. completed the first phase of the International Space Station and Mars (ISSMars) series, which are programs that discuss how the International Space Station (ISS) can be utilized to advance […]

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ISS & Mars DC Press Release #2

ISS & Mars DC Press Release #2

International Space Station and Mars Conference to be held at George Washington University on April 6-7 2011 BEVERLY, Mass. – February 16, 2011 – On 6-7 April 2011 Explore Mars is hosting the International Space Station and Mars Conference (ISSMars-DC) at the Jack Morton Auditorium at George Washington University. The primary purpose of this program […]

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ISS & Mars DC Press Release #1

ISS & Mars DC Press Release #1

The International Space Station and Mars Conference at George Washington University BEVERLY, Mass. – January 9, 2011 – Explore Mars, Inc. is pleased to announce a two-day conference called “The International Space Station and Mars” (ISSMars-DC). This conference will take place on April 6-7, 2011 at the Jack Morton Auditorium at George Washington University in […]

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