11 May 2002
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The New Space Economy
A panel discussion in Palo Alto, June 6
EVENT: A Panel Discussion

TITLE: The New Space Economy

PANEL MODERATOR: Jason Pontin, Editor, RedHerring Magazine

PANELISTS: Walt Anderson, Founder, Gold & Appell; Steve Fleming, General Partner, Alliance Technology Ventures; Elon Musk, Founder, PayPal; Blake Powers, Director of Outreach, Space Products Development, NASA; Jim Schulz, Partner, ReedSmith

VENUE: Hyatt Rickeys Palo Alto 4219 El Camino Real

WHEN: Thursday, June 6, 2002
5:30 pm Registration
6:30 pm Program
8:00 pm Reception

COST: Members/Students: $40 ($50 at the door)
Company Display Tables: $500

Commercial space development is the next great Industrial Revolution, with wealth and resources beyond anything developed before in Human History. Alvin Toffler, noted futurist and author, states that "Space is the Fourth Wave". Dennis Tito and Mark Shuttleworth are proving that Space Tourism is a reality. Commercial space ventures are becoming more common and the barriers to entry for this industry are lowering. Be ready to take advantage of the opportunities available in this emerging industry.

This program part of the Foundation's Space Enterprise Project and is generously supported in part by The Churchill Club, RedHerring Magazine, Winans International, the California Space Authority and Celestis, Inc.

You can make your reservation online at:

https://www.space-frontier.org/Events/SES_2002-06/register.html or call 1 800 78 SPACE to reserve your place at this exciting event.


The Space Frontier Foundation is an organization of people dedicated to opening the Frontier of Outer Space to human settlement as rapidly as possible. Our goals include protecting the Earth's fragile biosphere and creating a freer and more prosperous life for each generation by using the unlimited energy and material resources of space. Our purpose is to unleash the power of free enterprise and lead a united humanity permanently into the Solar System.

For information about the Space Frontier Foundation, or to become a member, visit our website at:

http://www.space-frontier.org or call 1 800 78 SPACE.

For further information about this panel discussion, or to be involved in future Space Enterprise events, email jgeorge@space-frontier.org or call 1 800 78 SPACE.
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