This is the pivotal moment for humanity's exploration of space. The decisions that will shape this undertaking are being made today, driven by the Vision for Space Exploration, the establishment of the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate, and the need to move to the future. We appreciate all who joined us both live and via the archived webcasts for the 1st Space Exploration Conference, held in Orlando, Fla., from January 30 through February 1, 2005.
This event not only marked the first anniversary of this announcement, but was also an integral step in transforming the Vision from a set of goals into concrete realities of space exploration, allowing us to reflect on the accomplishments of this year, and chart our plans for the coming year. It proved an invaluable opportunity for our colleagues in industry, academia, and the international community to share their own thoughts, plans, and goals to help us identify potential means of partnership and mutual progress.
You can continue to virtually join that three-day portion of our journey to the moon, Mars, and beyond by viewing the webcasts below. Click on the presenters' names under each session throughout the two-day schedule below to view the presentations from that session.
Technical session papers and charts are available at www.aiaa.org
Please note, we are currently moving the location of the Webcast archives, which will be available at a future date.
Day one sessions were broadcast live on NASA TV, and are now available as webcasts. You can access the session webcast archives using the links following the session title. Click on the presenters name to view their presentation. All files are Adobe PDF, 5.5 MB or less.
Tuesday was webcast live. You can access the session webcast archives using the links following the session title. Click on the presenters name to view their presentation. All files are Adobe PDF, 5.5 MB or less.