Registration – Ten Years Hence

This year’s Ten Years Hence marks the twentieth year of the lecture series. The theme for 2022, Life Beyond Earth, will explore a number of interesting subjects, including space tourism, commercialization of space, manned space exploration, remotely piloted vehicles in space, asteroids and other near earth objects, as well as a rapidly emerging competition between nations in space. We have selected seven renowned experts to help us understand how developments on and near the earth will affect us all in the years just ahead.

Speaker Schedule (all events are on Fridays at 10:40am eastern):

January 21, 2022: The Space Barons and the Commercialization of Space
Christian Davenport Correspondent, The Washington Post

February 11, 2022: Space Threats and National Security
Lieutenant General William J. Liquori, USSF Deputy Chief of Staff for Space Operations, Strategy, Plans, Programs, Requirements and Analysis | United States Space Force

March 18, 2022: Paving a Way for the Space Revolution
Eric Thomas Mission Manager | New Shepard, Blue Origin

March 21, 2022 at 7:00p.m. ET: Through the Glass Ceiling to the Stars
Colonel Eileen Collins, USAF (Ret.) NASA Astronaut | U.S. Air Force Test Pilot
**NOTE:  This talk will be LIVESTREAMED ONLY, and unfortunately a recording will not be available after the event.**

April 1, 2022: Asteroid Mining: A Trillion Dollar Industry for the 21st Century
Robert Jedicke Professor of Astronomy | University of Hawaii

April 8, 2022: Humans vs. Asteroids: Mitigating Risk and Expanding Opportunities
Marina Brozovic Physicist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory | California Institute of Technology

April 27, 2022 at 6:00p.m. ET: Inter-Governmental Competition in Space
Benjamin Bahney Senior Fellow | Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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