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J.D. Harrington/Michael Braukus
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Oct. 25, 2011
 
MEDIA ADVISORY : M11-219
 
 
NASA Hosting Human Space Exploration Workshop
 
 

WASHINGTON -- NASA will host a three-day Human Space Exploration Community Workshop in San Diego starting on Monday, Nov. 14. The agency will introduce the International Space Exploration Coordination Group's Global Exploration Roadmap during the event.

The workshop will frame the Global Exploration Roadmap, with overviews of NASA's plans for human spaceflight, including exploration missions to an asteroid and Mars. The goal is to review the work done developing international exploration scenarios while seeking community input on the long-term scenarios represented in the roadmap.

NASA is seeking industry and academia feedback to shape strategy, assist with investment priorities and refine international exploration scenarios for human exploration and operations through the 2020's. The agency has outlined an ambitious program moving forward that relies on private industry to assume transportation of cargo and crew to the International Space Station, while NASA focuses on deep space exploration.

The workshop is part of a continuing agency effort to engage the broader space community in appropriate forums. More events will follow as part of a series of "theme focused" opportunities for human spaceflight exploration planning and engagement.

To register for the workshop, visit:

http://ger.nasainvitation.com


Due to space limitations, reporters are invited to watch the workshop via webcast and submit questions via email. For details, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/exploration/about/isecg/ger-workshop.html


For more information about NASA's human exploration plans, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/exploration  

 

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