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Friday, July 23, 2010

 
Livetweeting Space Frontier Foundation's NewSpace 2010 Conference: Watch Livecast Now!
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I'm in the Valley today livetweeting the Space Frontier Foundation's NewSpace 2010 conference. Check out the exciting agenda or join the discussion on Twitter (#NewSpace2010).

The conference runs all weekend, 8:30-5:30 Pacific time. As readers may know, I've been involved with the Foundation since 2005, was chairman 2008-2009 and was just re-elected to its Board of Directors. Here's the Foundation's credo:

The Space Frontier Foundation is an organization of people dedicated to opening the Space Frontier to human settlement as rapidly as possible.

Our goals include protecting the Earth's fragile biosphere and creating a freer and more prosperous life for each generation by using the unlimited energy and material resources of space.

Our purpose is to unleash the power of free enterprise and lead a united humanity permanently into the Solar System.

The livecast video follows below:

posted by Berin Szoka @ 1:20 PM | Space

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Way to go space may be the only answer to green living and renewable energy

Posted by: Clean Energy at August 4, 2010 1:42 PM

Space exploration allows us to discover and learn our planet and all that surrounds it which paves the way to our advancement in technology. It may seem expensive but it is well worth every cent.

Posted by: Solar Panels at April 29, 2012 10:20 AM

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