The Future of Space Exploration

The Future of Space Exploration
May 2012 in Kirkland

After the Space Shuttle program ended last year, everyone from scientists to politicians to the public is discussing the future of the national space program. Join us for an interactive discussion with local researchers to explore some of the unresolved key questions about the future of space exploration, including: What do we want to learn about space? Who will it benefit? Who will pay for it? What should we do next? A discussion will be led by Dr. Robert Winglee from the Department of Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Washington, and Drs. Robert Masse and David King from Aerojet.

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