The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) endorses the National Space Society‘s 29th annual International Space Development Conference (ISDC) as a comprehensive and nurturing event for the aerospace industry and encourages all space enthusiasts and professionals to attend. The conference will take place May 27-30, 2010, at the InterContinental Chicago O’Hare Hotel in Chicago, IL.
“The paths we blaze create the future we wish to see: making space an integral part of our economy, learning to be better stewards of our home planet, and achieving large-scale permanent settlement of space. What will ultimately make the difference is some combination of evolution and revolution in the marketplace of ideas.
The cooperative efforts/synergy between the Space Frontier Foundation and the National Space Society broadens the field of engagement, grows the community of interest, and has, does, and will continue to make a difference in what comes to pass. As both a Space Frontier Foundation Advocate and Executive Director for the National Space Society, I implore you to concede the future to no one. Please join us at the International Space Development Conference 2010 and lend your thoughts and voices to the broader community’s efforts to transform our tomorrows.”
~ Gary Barnhard, NSS Executive Director
Hear what the future has to hold during thought-provoking ISDC panels. Topics will include NASA’s new direction, the latest in space exploration, and breakthrough technologies. Witness the paradigm shift in the space industry first hand and take part in the spirited discourse that will occur after the sessions. ISDC 2010’s speaker list boasts a lineup of technology mavens, visionaries, and leaders that promise to inspire.