›100 Year Starship Public Symposium 2015
Finding Earth 2.0 has profound implications for technology, knowledge and systems across the spectrum of human skills and capacities as well as experiences and perspectives on the future.
Atmosphere, geology and weather. Design and propulsion of probes. Definitions of life and intelligence. Telescopes and remote sensing. Data storage, compression, transmission and communication. Economics and investment. Education. Individual, national and global ambition. Ethics. Materials. Law. Politics. Religion. Resources.
The 100 Year Starship 2015 Public Symposium challenges participants to consider what specific capabilities and systems—scientific, technical and societal—will be needed over the next 5-25 years; not to merely suggest or catalog earth analogue candidate exoplanets, but to identify at least one definitive Earth 2.0—and to consider how such a discovery itself will impact our world and space exploration.
Symposium activities include Technical Tracks, Plenary sessions such as State of the Universe, Trending Now, Radical Leaps, Deep dives; Science Fiction Stories Night, Networking Events, Catered Meals, and Accelerating Creativity gala.
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