The National Space Society is seeking presentations and speakers to discuss the latest issues in space technology, science, policy, commerce, medicine, exploration, settlement and more. This year’s conference highlights exciting new developments across the space community, from NASA’s Constellation program to the advent of space tourism.
Abstract Submissions - Deadline April 15
Abstracts should comprise 300-500 words text only (no pictures, graphics, charts, etc.), in English. Submitted abstracts should contain recent results of research, applications development or investigation, and implementation. Abstracts should address the purpose, scope, objectives of the work, and briefly summarize approach or methodologies, important results, and the significance and envisioned applications. Student papers from all areas are strongly encouraged. Please note that formal papers are not required for speaker consideration.
Please keep in mind that individual presentations will be limited to 20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions, and group presentations and panels will be limited to 50 minutes with 10 minutes for questions.