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Space Movement Leaders Speak Out

Dozens of Space Movement leaders shared their insights on camera at the 2010 NSS Space Development Conference. These have been compiled into brief video segments on the topics linked here:

Or click on topics below for mid-length video presentations accompanied with slides.

The above video/slide presentations are:

  • Importance of Space: Space Exploration & Development…Why Is It Crucial? Jay Wittner, Executive Director, Space Literacy Foundation.
  • Apollo Village: Robotic Lunar Mission To Utilize In-situ Resources. Jay Wittner, Executive Director, Space Literacy Foundation.
  • Free Market Principles Can Enable Commercial Space Development: Space Development Will Shift From the Governmental Realm to the Commercial Realm. Jack Reynolds, Economist, Tarleton State University.
  • Americans in Orbit 50 Years: Non-Profit Striving to Develop Space Capsule Based on Gemini. Craig Russell, President, Americans in Orbit 50 Years.
  • Spacefaring Institute: Development of an Integrated Spacefaring Infrastructure. Mike Snead, President, Spacefaring Institute
  • Solar Power Satellites are Critical: Depletion of Fossil Fuels & Pollution of Earth. Gordon Woodcock, Aerospace Engineer and former Chairman of the Executive Committee of NSS.
  • Strategy for Space Development: Broad Overview of Long Term Strategies for Space Development. Gordon Woodcock, Aerospace Engineer and former Chairman of the Executive Committee of NSS.


Opinions expressed in all of the presentations above are those of the speakers
and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the National Space Society.

Questions or suggestions: jay_wittner@comf5.com

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