You’re probably not even aware of it, but there is a revolution brewing in space exploration. As Government programs wind down, opportunities have materialized for private companies and even individuals to become involved in space exploration.
Very quickly, it has become apparent that exploration and the near limitless resources of space will shift from something other people do to something many people participate in.
At South by Southwest (SXSW) in 2012 there is a panel proposal that addresses a timely and crucial issue – how you can influence the future of space exploration as an individual.
Moderated by me, Michael Doornbos, the panel includes Astronaut Ron Garan, SpaceUp Foundation founder Chris Radcliff, Space Tweep Society founder Jen Scheer, and video game expert Dennis Bonilla of Valador, Inc.
Not unlike a zombie horde ready to devour red tape and uninspired project managers, this enthusiastic movement sees brains as valuable assets to take over the world. Learn why these people got so passionately involved in space, how they became good friends over the Internet, and what they’ve created to make measurable change toward a more awesome tomorrow. While established membership organizations struggle to survive, these Internet-enabled groups are flourishing with ...