26th International Space Development Conference – 2007
May 24-28, 2007
Celebrating 50 Years of Spaceflight
The frontier that was the Texas of yesterday has been transformed by determination and hard work into the 8th largest economy in the world and a leader in tomorrow’s technologies. In 2007, North Texas will be the place to focus on the cultural and technological frontier of tomorrow –SPACE. The frontier spirit of taking harsh territory and wresting enormous value from it is the foundation of the National Space Society’s 26th annual International Space Development Conference. Travel to the Dallas to meet the frontiersmen of tomorrow, the people who will be supplying the knowledge, the machines, and the manpower to turn the frontier of space into a place of new wealth for humanity.
The Nation al Space Society of North Texas is proud to host this conference at the InterContinental Hotel in Addison. The hotel is within walking distance of Restaurant Row and Addison Circle, featuring hundreds of restaurants, bars, cafes and other diversions. There’ll be little time for that with all the conference proceedings and exhibits.
The three main program tracks are:
1. Space Transportation: To, Through, From
2. The Moon & Cislunar Space: Developing the Infrastructure
3. Mars & Beyond: Expanding our Reach
Also featured will be medicine, educator tracks, a Childrens Program, and best of all, exhibits of space hardware and mock-ups.
Be sure to catch all of the excitement Memorial Day Weekend 2007 in Dallas at the ISDC!