NSS Town Hall April 11: ISDC Preview

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The National Space Society invites you to the next Town Hall

Thursday, April 11, 2024, 9:00 pm to 10:15 pm EST

A Preview of the 2024 NSS
International Space Development Conference (ISDC):
No Limits  

With
ISDC Town Hall

Embark on humanity’s greatest adventure at the 42nd annual International Space Development Conference (ISDC) in Los Angeles, taking place at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel from May 23 to 26. Join us for an exclusive NSS Town Hall to preview the 2024 ISDC, featuring a stellar lineup of speakers including space shuttle astronauts, NASA engineers and scientists, leading space technologists, researchers, space entrepreneurs, educators, and space advocates.

Themed “No Limits,” this four-day conference will delve into various aspects of space exploration, development, and settlement. Explore topics such as Moon and Mars exploration and settlement, deep space exploration, innovative technology, the impact of science fiction on space technology and commercialization, planetary defense, living in space, space solar power, space debris, space law and policy, and more. The focus will be on the business and technology necessary to drive further advancements in space exploration. Confirmed ISDC speakers include:

José Hernández
Former NASA Astronaut,
Engineer and Author
CDR Susan Kilrain (USN-Retired)
Former NASA Astronaut
Engineer and Author
Dr. Alan Stern
Associate Vice President
Southwest Research Institute
Dr. Pascal Lee
Co-founder and Chairman
The Mars Institute
Rob Manning
Chief Engineer
Jet Propulsion Laboratory – NASA/Caltech
Janet Ivey
CEO and Host, Janet’s Planet
NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador

Join Aggie, Rod, and Tony as they provide a sneak peek into the ISDC’s sessions, presenters, and the behind-the-scenes organization of this thrilling event! To learn more about ISDC 2024 use this link.

Register today to reserve your seat and ask your questions. Use the link below.

Register no later than April 11 at 8 pm EST

Past NSS Space Forums and Town Halls may be viewed here.

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