CALL FOR PAPERS
Create a Spacefaring Civilization"
mission of the National Space Society formally describes
our member's motivation for belonging to the Society:
we want to live and work in Outer Space. Every
year for the last 20 years, we have gathered at our annual
International Space Development Conference to listen to
professional speakers, develop strategies for furthering
our goals, and to enjoy the company of others who attend
the conference. In 2002 the Society will hold its
21st conference, one mile high, in Denver, Colorado. The
theme of the conference is "Settling the Solar
System". In keeping with the theme of the
conference, we are inviting prospective speakers to submit
abstracts on the following topics: Space Mining, Space
Construction, Space Solar Power, development and settlement
of the Moon, and development and settlement of Mars.
We are also inviting submission of abstracts in
the fields of Space Medicine, Space Law, Space Business
and Military Space. These topics will
be addressed in a one-day professional symposium on Friday,
May 24, 2002. We hope you will consider joining
us in Denver and submit an abstract for our consideration.
ABSTRACTS - WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL PROGRAM IS FULL
limit the topic of your paper to one of the program
tracks listed above. If the conference committee wants
an interdisciplinary or survey paper, we will solicit
such articles from specific authors.
Complete the pdf form, attach your abstract and a one-paragraph
biography, plus a resume (optional), and mail to:
ISDC 2002 Abstracts
P.O. Box 1848
University, MS 38677-1848