Space Manufacturing 14: Critical Technologies for Space Settlement will be held at NASA Ames Conference Center in Mountain View, CA, and the Sheraton Sunnyvale, October 29 – 31, 2010.

UPDATE: Archives of Space Manufacturing 14

UPDATE: The full agenda is now posted.

Attendance will be limited to 200 participants, due to meeting room capacity. Registration details are here.

The Call for Papers is posted here. Abstracts are due August 16, 2010.


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