International Space Solar Power Symposium Videos Now Online

Videos from the 2011 International Space Solar Power Symposium are the latest addition to the Space Solar Power Library on the National Space Society website.

Space Solar Power: The First International Assessment of Opportunities, Issues, and Potential Pathways Forward
John C. Mankins (Artemis Innovation) – 41 minutes

Space Solar Power: Near-Term Demonstrations and Applications (We Can Get There From Here)
Seth Potter (Boeing Company) – 49 minutes

Space Solar Power: Advantages of Space Solar Power
Darel Preble (Space Solar Power Institute) – 15 minutes

Space Solar Power: The Space Power Grid
Video produced by Georgia Tech School of Engineering – 5 minutes

Space Solar Power: Naval Research Laboratory Sandwich Panel R&D Status Update
Paul Jaffe (Naval Research Laboratory) – 65 minutes

Space Solar Power: Two Cell High Efficiency Rainbow Concentrator, the Space Alternative for Clean Energy
Thomas C. Taylor (Exploration Partners LLC) – 18 minutes

Space Solar Power: Asteroid Capture for Space Solar Power
Stephen D. Covey (Former Director of Research & Development for Applied Innovation) – 27 minutes

Space Solar Power: Towards an Early Profitable PowerSat
Al Globus (San Jose State University) – 24 minutes

Space Solar Power: A US-India Power Exchange Towards a Space Power Grid
Naryanan Komerath (Georgia Institute of Technology) – 23 minutes

Space Solar Power: Studies of Space Solar Power Systems (SSPS) in Japan
Tatsuhito Fujita (JAXA) – 18 minutes

Space Solar Power: WPT Experiments to Enable Future Solar Power Satellites
Nobuyuki Kaya (Kobe University, Japan) – 25 minutes

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