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Notes from Commercial Space Meetings

Page history last edited by Ken Davidian 9 months, 3 weeks ago

Below is a series of links and notes that have been collected for different commercial space-related meetings.

 

The meetings that are covered on this page include:

 

Annual Meetings or Meeting Series

  • X PRIZE Cup Events (updated Dec 18, 2008)
  • International Symposium on Personal and Commercial Spaceflight (ISPS and ISPCS) (updated Dec 18, 2008)
  • Space Commerce Roundtable Meetings
  • Space Investment Summits
  • Space Access Society (SAS) Conference
  • FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation Conference (added Feb 7, 2009)
  • Space Frontier Foundation's NewSpace Conferences (SFF NewSpace) (added Dec 18, 2008)
  • National Space Society's International Space Development Conference (NSS ISDC)
  • Space Foundation Space Business Forums

 

One-Off Meetings

 


 

Annual Meetings or Meeting Series

 

X PRIZE Cup Events - Notes by Clark Lindsey (RLVNews.com and HobbySpace.com)

 

International Symposium on Personal and Commercial Spaceflight (ISPS and ISPCS) - Notes by Clark Lindsey (RLVNews.com and HobbySpace.com)

 

Space Commerce Roundtable Meetings

 

 Space Investment Summits

 

Space Access Society (SAS) Conference - Notes by Clark Lindsey (HobbySpace.com)

 

FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation Conference

 

Space Frontier Foundation's (SFF) NewSpace Conferences - Notes by Clark Lindsey (HobbySpace.com, RLVNews.com)

 

National Space Society's International Space Development Conference (NSS ISDC) -

Notes by Clark Lindsey (HobbySpace.com)

 

Space Foundation Space Business Forums

 

One-Off Meetings

 

2009 Dec 2: House Science and Technology Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee Hearing On "Human-Rating NASA and Commercial  Launch Vehicles And Spacecraft"

  • Held in Washington, D.C. at the Rayburn Building.

 

2009 Dec 2: House Subcommittee on Aviation Hearing on "Commercial Space Transportation"

  • Held in Washington, D.C. at the Rayburn Building. About 40 people attended.

 

2009 Aug 13: Aerospace Industries Association's "What’s Next for the International Space Station?" panel

  • Held in Washington, D.C. at the Rayburn Building. About 60 people attended.
  • AIA Moderators
    • Marion Blakey, AIA President
    • JP Stevens, AIA Vice President, Space Systems
  • Panelists:
    • William Gerstenmaier, Associate Administrator, NASA Space Operations Directorate
    • Joy Bryant, Vice President & Program Manager, International Space Station, The Boeing Company
    • John Porter, CEO, Astrogenetix
    • Dr. John Jessup, Chief, Diagnostics Evaluation Branch, Cancer Diagnosis Program, NIH
  • Presentation Slides can be found on the AIA Website.

 

2009 July 28: Marshall Institute's A Day Without Space

  • Held in Washington, D.C.. About 50 people attended.

  • Keynote:  Space and the U.S. Economy delivered by Scott Pace, George Washington University's Space Policy Institute

     

  • Panel I: The Economic Impact of Space Based Assets

     

    • Andrea Maleter, Futron Corp.
    • Micah Walter Range, Space Foundation
  • Panel II: How Business Uses Space

     

    • Charles Baker, DOC Office of Space Commercialization
    • Dawn Sienicki, Digital Globe, Inc

 

2009 July 27: AIAA Space: Stimulating Economic Growth Today and Tomorrow, Washington, DC

  • Held in Washington, D.C.. About 50 people attended.
  • Opening Remarks
    • Bob Dickman, Executive Director, AIAA
    • David Logsdon, Executive Director, Space Enterprise Council/TechAmerica
  • Panel I
    • Edward Morris, Executive Director of Strategic Business Development,
    • ITT Space Systems
    • John Porter, CEO, Astrogenetix
    • Pierre Chao, Managing Partner, Renaissance Strategic Advisors
  • Panel II
    • Molly Macauley, Senior Fellow and Director, Academic Programs,
    • Resources for the Future
    • Patrick Liu, Market Analyst, AIAA
  • Closing Remarks
    • Douglas Comstock, Director, Innovative Partnerships Program, NASA

 

2009 June 18: Innovations In Orbit: An Exploration of Commercial Crew and Cargo Transportation

  • Held in Washington, DC. About 100 people were in attendance.

  • Go here to see the full set of videos of this meeting on the AIAA YouTube page.

  • Welcoming Remarks - Klaus Dannenberg, Deputy Executive Director, AIAA

  • Industry Panel - Featuring Mike Gold, Director, Washington, D.C. Area Office, Bigelow Aerospace; George Sowers, Vice President, Business Development and Advanced Programs, United Launch Alliance; Max Vozoff, Director, Civil Business Development, Space Exploration Technologies; Frank L. Culbertson, Senior Vice President, Human Space Programs, Orbital Sciences Corporation; Moderated by Patti Grace Smith, Former FAA Associate Administrator for Commercial Space Transportation and Aerospace Consultant

  • Government Panel - Featuring Geoff Yoder, Constellation Systems Division Manger, NASA HQ ESMD; Ken Davidian, “Encourage, Facilitate, and Promote” Program Lead, FAA/AST; Chan Lieu, Senior Professional Staff, U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation; Jeff Bingham, Senior Advisor on Space and Aeronautics for the Minority, U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation; Moderated by Michael Beavin, Senior Program Analyst, Department of Commerce Office of Space Commercialization

  • Closing Remarks - Charles Miller, Senior Advisor for Commercial Space, NASA Innovative Partnerships Program, NASA HQ

 

2009 April 29: Entrepreneurial Space and Export Control: Red Tape in the Final Frontier

  • Held in Washington, DC. About 75 people were in attendance.

  • Welcome Remarks by Mark maurice, Vice President-Elect, International, AIAA

  • Industry Perspective Panel: Marc Holzapfel, Senior Legal Counsel, Virgin Galactic; Mike Gold, Director, Washington DC Area Office of Bigelow Aerospace; Time Hughes, Vice President and chief Counsel, SpaceX; Moderated by Patti Grace Smith, Aerospace Consultant with Patti Grace Smith Consulting.

  • Keynote Speech by the Honorable C.A. "Dutch" Rupporsberger (MD02), Chair, US House of Representatives' Permanent Select Subcommittee on Technology and Tactical Intelligence.

  • Government Perspective Panel: George Nield, FAA Associate Administrator for Commercial Space Transportation; Michael Beavin, Senior Program Analyst, Department of Commerce Office of Space Commercialization; John Hall, NASA Director of the Export Control and Interagency Liaison Office; Moderated by Mike Gold (see above).

 

2009 April 22: MIT Enterprise Forum NY - Panel on Aerospace Investment

  • Held in New York, NY. About 45-50 people in attendance.

  • Moderated by Laurence Vigeant-Langlois (CIT).

  • Panelists include Dr. Jill Wittels (L-3 Communications), Hoyt Davidson (Near Earth LLC), Mike Dyment (NEXA Capital Partners), and Joe Parrish (Aurora Flight Sciences Corp.)

  • BONUS MATERIAL!!! Check out the end notes for some special bonus material!

 

2009 Jan 13: Washington Space Business Roundtable Lunch

  • Guest Speaker, Ms. Gwynne Shotwell, President of SpaceX

  • Held in Washington, DC.

 

2008 Dec 15: Human-Tended Suborbital Science Workshop

  • Held at the Westin San Francisco Market Street, San Francisco, CA.

  • (Notes pulled at the request of PSF. I guess there wasn't supposed to be any "press" of the event, so to respect their wishes, these notes are no longer available. Thanks for your understanding!)

  • (On second thought, if you would like to inquire about the meeting, why don't you send me an email.)

 

2008 Sept 25: Notes By Jeff Krukin

  • Notes from two meetings:

    • The “Private Human Spaceflight Considerations” panel, chaired by Patti Smith, conducted at the American Bar Association’s (ABA) annual Air & Space Law Forum in Montreal, Canada
    • The Future Aerospace Congress 2008, held in Tampa, Florida.

 

2008 Sept 16: Women in Aerospace (WIA) Commercial Space Panel

  • Held in Washington, DC.

 

2008 May 13: Commercial Development Summit on NASA's Lunar Activities 2008 (CDS:Lunar '08) - 

Meeting held at NASA HQ with representatives from all NASA's lunar programs providing overview information and technology/science needs. Below are the presentations that have been cleared by the presenters as containind no classified nor sensitive information. Enjoy!

 

Background

 

Lunar Science Programs

  •  Public NLSI.pdf, "NASA Lunar Science Institute" presented by Greg Schmidt

  •  Public LEAG.pdf, "Lunar Exploration Analysis Group Report" presented by Steve Mackwell

  •  Public ILN.pdf, "Plans for an International Lunar Network" presented by Tom Morgan

  •  Public HTV.pdf "The Common Spacecraft Bus and Lunar Commercialization" presented by Alex MacDonald

 

Lunar Technology Programs

  •  Public LPRP.pdf "Lunar Precursor Robotics Program" presented by Mark Nall

  •  Public LRO-LCROSS.pdf, "LRO & LCOSS Project" presented by Benjy Neumann

  •  Public SCaN.pdf, "Commercial & International Lunar Communications and Navigation Studies" presented by Calvin Ramos.

  •  Public ETDP.pdf "Expolation Technology Development Program" presented by Chris Moore

 

 

 

An Engineering Assessment of the Way Forward in Human Spaceflight

Comments (2)

Ken Davidian said

at 3:24 pm on Jun 20, 2008

I just reconstructed the set of tweets that comprised my "note taking" from the Space Foundation's Space Business Forum: New York meeting that was held on Wednesday, 18 June 2008. Just as a precautionary note to the reader: they are posted in reverse chronological order...

Anonymous said

at 6:23 am on Dec 16, 2008

I just converted the two sets of twitter notes that were posted on this page to separate pdf files, uploaded the files to this wiki, and linked to them from here.

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