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Better Futures is a new event series produced by Liftport Group which aims to bring together space community leaders to discuss space topics of interest. Our monthly series “The Star Fleet Enterprise” is covering the idea of a 15,000 person space station and what it would take to build such a facility. The series happens every first Friday & Saturday of the month.

For this month’s event starting Friday March 4th, we welcome NSS President Michelle Hanlon for a discussion titled “Space Advocacy Organizations: Change the World”. Dr. Hanlon will be joined by Mars Society Executive Director James Burk, and Angela Peura, a strategic communications specialist at NASA Headquarters and President of the International Space University US Alumni Association.

You can register for the event using this link. Be sure to use the promo code “15OFF” to get a discount on your ticket.

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