Register for Space Manufacturing 14

Space Manufacturing 14: Critical Technologies for Space Settlement will be held at NASA Ames Conference Center in Mountain View, CA, October 30 and 31, 2010.

UPDATE: Registration ended Tuesday Oct. 26 at 5 P.M. PDT.

Please join us for a buffet dinner event at the Sheraton Sunnyvale Hotel

Saturday, October 30th, 7:30 p.m.
Prof. John Lewis, Space Studies Institute
Asia’s Road To the Moon

UPDATE: Ticket sales ended Wednesday Oct. 27 at 12 noon PDT. A limited number may be available at registration.

SSI 2010 Saturday Dinner Event – $35
Sheraton Sunnyvale, 1100 North Mathilda Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94089

Our official hotel for this event is the nearby Sheraton Sunnyvale. Exclusive to SSI attendees, a special rate of $89 per night includes shuttle pickup and drop off between San Jose Airport and the hotel (until 9pm on Friday, October 29, Saturday, Sunday and Monday), transportation to and from the NASA Ames Conference Center, plus free high speed internet in each SSI guest’s room.

The official SSI link for hotel registration is available at http://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/SpaceStudiesInstitute.
* Rooms are still available at the SSI rate, but the online reservation page expired October 15. Please contact Michelle Rodrigues at the Sheraton Sunnyvale for assistance with making your reservation 408-542-8261

Colony Construction Crew at Work, 1976, by Donald E. Davis for NASA Ames Research Center

19 thoughts on “Register for Space Manufacturing 14”

  1. Is this open for attendance by people not submitting papers?

    I would like to attend as an audience member, but not contribute material.

    Thank you.

  2. Randy, the 30-day approval process is a request from our hosts at NASA Ames Research Center.

    Sarah, the conference won’t be live online. The proceedings will be published in early 2011.

  3. Where are the proceedings published, beyond the abstracts listed in the archives on this site? Thank you.

  4. Andrew, the proceedings of past conferences are published in bound volumes, a few of which can be found at very high prices by searching for the titles on Amazon.com.

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