7.10.13- Sean Mahoney, Chief Executive Officer, Masten Space Systems is confirmed to speak
6.28.13-John Elbon, Vice President and General Manager, Boeing Space Exploration, is confirmed to speak at ISPCS 2013
6.27.13- Andrew Nelson, Chief Operating Officer, XCOR Aerospace is confirmed to speak at ISPCS 2013
6.26.13- Fostering Dialog on Innovation- Co-creation and collaboration prompt advances in human knowledge and often, are far more important forces than competition, in fostering innovation. ISPCS 2013 will critically examine incremental and revolutionary innovation, highlight collaboration and its role in creating commercial space transportation technologies and processes. The creative ISPCS environment fosters a rich exchange of ideas. Be a part of the dialog. Plan to join us. ISPCS 2013- October 16-17
6.24.13- A great video on NASA's website: "An Inside Look at Sierra Nevada Corporation Space Systems Dream Chaser." Dream Chaser will launch on top of United Launch Alliance Atlas V. http://goo.gl/oYzoL
6.17.13- ISPCS a uniquely handcrafted event offering many levels of involvement, while providing each attendee full access to all aspects of the conference. The depth of relevant content tied to current commercial space industry issues and trends, along with opportunities for visibility in the form of sponsorships and exhibits, add even greater value to the various networking and collaboration opportunities.Plan now to attend ISPCS 2013, October 16-17.
6.14.13- Congratulations ULA. They have Completed their Dual Engine Centaur Preliminary Design Review. Representatives from NASA's Commercial Crew Program, The Boeing Company and Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) as well as other government customers recently attended a preliminary design review of United Launch Alliance's Centaur upper stage, the part of the Atlas V rocket that pushes spacecraft into their intended orbit. Read more at:
6.13.13- Great article in Space News. Sierra Nevada Corp. To Build ISS Berthing Hardware for Bigelow Module
6.12.13- Watch the video of the 1st stage firing of Falcon 9-Reusable (F9-R) completed by SpaceX. Video is posted on youtube: http://youtu.be/CgIghRD4-ao
6.11.13- Is there a there, there? In the early 20th Century, research on electromagnetism eventually brought us the consumer electronics, wireless and satellite communications industries. Now, we are reaching another critical time in history. Commercial spaceflight is evolving in parallel with commercialization of the International Space Station (ISS). The ISPCS audience will hear from the leaders of our industry why understanding gravity, and its absence, is an evolving step yet to be taken in the commercialization of space. We will learn where synergy exists and where risk and reward coexist. At ISPCS 2013, Duane Ratliff, Chief Operating Officer for the Center for Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) will address a big question about conducting research in microgravity: "Is there a there, there?" He will discuss management of the ISS U.S. National Lab and examine the risks and rewards of conducting scientific research on this unparalleled platform for innovation.
6.10.13- Learn why commercial space transportation is a vital component to the future of human space exploration. Visit: http://goo.gl/e2UiD
6.7.13- Congratulations to Sierra Nevada Corporation Space Systems they have started testing the main hybrid rocket motor for Dream Chaser learn more at http://goo.gl/dgm9G
6.6.13- Another record-breaking Ariane 5 success for Arianespace: ATV Albert Einstein is on its way to the International Space Station
6.3.13- Read the latest newsletter from NASA. NASA's Return on Investment Report. Some of the companies mentioned included Boeing Company, SpaceX, and Sierra Nevada Corporation Space Systems http://goo.gl/rgQMm
5.31.13- ISPCS provides an annual call to action, with ongoing motivation throughout the year, for attendees to focus on increasing access to space for mankind. This year’s objective is to address strategies for managing the risks and reaping the rewards of the rapidly evolving commercial space industry.
5.29.13 Momentum is building in commercial space. The announcement of SpaceX’s plans to become a tenant at Spaceport America coupled with the successful powered flight of Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShip2 at Mojave Air and Space Port show synergy is evolving in public-private partnerships
5.28.13 Sierra Nevada’s Dream Chaser looks like it’s next in line to test. Boeing completed the preliminary design review of the CST-100’s Launch Vehicle Adapter in April. Now we can observe that the role of government in spaceflight is shifting from sole provider to partner. Risk is being shared. Register Now to Attend ISPCS 2013
5.24.13 Just now uploaded to youtube- Highlights of ISPCS 2012- Determination Meets Innovation. View online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7v8FGpqkYlU
5.23.13 Steve Isakowitz, Chief Technical Officer, Virgin Galactic has confirmed to speak at ISPCS.
5.22.13 ISPCS is the most relevant, high-value commercial space conference of the year. This year, through two high-impact days of dynamic dialogue and collaboration, ISPCS will address strategies to manage the risks and reap the rewards of the rapidly evolving commercial space industry.