NSS Town Hall June 17: Preview of Virtual ISDC and NSS Membership Overview

NSS Space Forum

You are Invited to the National Space Society Space Forum / Virtual Town Hall
Thursday, June 17 2021, 9:00 to 10:15 PM EDT

A Preview of the Virtual International Space Development Conference (ISDC) 2021


Aggie Kobrin and Rod Pyle
and an NSS Membership Overview with

Burt Dicht and Larry Ahearn


The first portion of the Town Hall will feature a preview of The Virtual International Space Development Conference (ISDC) 2021. The ISDC will be held Thursday, June 24 through Sunday June 27, 2021. This four-day virtual conference will focus on key areas of space development: space settlement, space policy, space solar power, the Moon, and international space programs.

Special guests include space shuttle astronauts, NASA engineers and scientists, leading space technologists and researchers, space entrepreneurs, educators and space advocates all focusing on the business and future of space travel, settlement, and exploration. Several NSS leaders are also featured speakers.

The first three days of ISDC 2021 (Thursday – Saturday, June 24 to 26) are entirely FREE (and no registration is needed)! The free day sessions begin at 9:00 AM PDT, and a special paid session on Sunday, June 27 runs from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT. For information about the Sunday special session go to: https://nss.org/isdc-sunday/

Join Aggie and Rod as they preview the ISDC’s sessions and presenters and provide an inside look at organizing this exciting virtual event!

The second portion of the Town Hall will feature a discussion on the current state of NSS, with a focus on the membership experience. You will hear about the latest NSS accomplishments as well as gain insight on how to get the most out of your NSS membership. Join Burt and Larry and other NSS leaders as they provide you with these important NSS updates as well as entertain your questions about all things NSS.

Register today to reserve your seat and to submit your questions. Register no later than June 17 at 8 pm EDT.

You can find a library of previous space forums and town halls on the NSS YouTube Channel.


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