Space Mining The High Frontier

"Space Mining The High Frontier" is an upcoming conference taking place on July 28, 2021 (5 pm - 8 pm, BST)

"Space Mining The High Frontier" is an upcoming conference taking place on July 28, 2021 (5 pm - 8 pm, BST) in which SpaceTech Analytics business development consultant Rand Simberg and speakers from the space-mining industry will discuss the opportunities presented by the rapidly emerging interest in in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) – as a key part of expanding human presence in space and in generating economic benefit both off planet and terrestrial, from space activities. Speakers will also address the need to conduct space-resource utilization in a sustainable manner to allow healthy growth of the off-world economy.

Speakers

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Rand Simberg

Business Development Consultant, SpaceTech Analytics

Rand Simberg is a recovering aerospace engineer with over four decades of experience in the space industry, with multiple engineering degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and West Coast University in Los Angeles.

 

Since 1993, after over a decade in engineering and management at the Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, California and with Rockwell International in Downey, California, he has been an entrepreneur and consultant in space technology, business development, regulatory, and market issues relating to commercial and personal spaceflight.

 

A member of the International Institute of Space Law, he is the author of the highly acclaimed book Safe Is Not An Option: Overcoming The Futile Obsession With Getting Everyone Back Alive That is Killing Our Expansion Into Space.

Agenda

5:00 - 5:05 

Oleksii Rud (Head of SpaceTech Analytics),

Rand Simberg (Business Development Consultant, SpaceTech Analytics)

Opening Remarks

5:05 - 5:20

John Mankins - position, at Lunar South Pole Mining

5:20 - 5:35

Daniel Sax Space Resources: The Case For Canada

5:35 - 5:50 

Gary Calnan In-Space Metal Processing

5:50 - 6:05 

George Sowers Lunar Ice Mining for Propellant

6:05 - 6:20  

Christopher Johnson Legal Aspects of Asteroid Mining

6:20 - 6:35

Jim Keravala OffWorld Space Mining – From Earth to the Solar System

6:35 - 6:50 

Joel Sercel Relationship Between Space Logistics and Space Mining

6:50 - 7:05

Chris Lewicki, Founder, Interplanetary Enterprises Creating Space Infrastructure for the Space Resources Supply Chain

7:05 - 7:20

Martin Elvis, Senior Astrophysicist, SAO Asteroid Prospecting —
How to Find the Relatively Rare Valuable Asteroids

7:20 - 7:50

Panel Discussion

7:50 - 7:55  

Rand Simberg (Business Development Consultant, SpaceTech Analytics)
Closing Remarks