Space Elevator Conference

Space Elevator Conference Space Elevator Conference
  • Contact

    Michael Laine
    International Space Elevator Consortium
    Microsoft Convention Center
    phone: 778 320 2045

  • Keywords

    Space Elevator, Carbon NanoTubes, Centenial Challenges, NASA

  • Registration costs

    $300

  • Working language

    English

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Conference
United States
Redmond Washington

The Space Elevator is a radical new way to access space less expensively than possible with chemical rocket technology. The technology offers solutions to many of the problems facing communities today, including but not limited to the need for clean, renewable energy. The Space Elevator uses a carbon nanotube ribbon that stretches from the surface of the earth to a counterweight in space. Climbers ascend the ribbon lifting cargo and passengers to earth orbits and launching spacecraft to distant planets.

The conference, focusing on all aspects of Space Elevator development, will engage an international audience of scientists, engineers, educators, managers, entrepreneurs, enthusiasts, and students. This conference will feature topical discussions in all of the Four Pillars of Space Elevator Development: Science/Technical, Political/Social, Legal, and Economic. In addition, we anticipate technical and speculative presentations on the topics mentioned below. We invite you to present a paper on a topic of your interest. The evening of August 12th a public presentation on the Space Elevator will be held at the Microsoft Conference Center.

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