Webcast of event: Full video presentation of the Fifty Years in Space
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Photos of event: Photos of the Fifty Years in Space
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The California Institute of Technology, Graduate
Aeronautical Laboratories (GALCIT), Northrop Grumman Space Technology,
and NASA's Jet
Propulsion Laboratory hosted Fifty Years in Space — an international conference in celebration
of the 50th anniversary of space exploration — at the California
Institute of Technology from September 19-21, 2007.
luminaries, including Nobel Laureate John Mather, astronaut Harrison "Jack" Schmitt,
and NASA Administrator Michael Griffin presented an international look at the past, present, and future
of space flight. Invited speakers and guests included international
aerospace leaders from industry, government, and academia. The event
provided a venue for reflection on how far we have come in the past
fifty years, and where we are going in the future, from the perspective
of an internationally recognized group of invited experts. Click here for the program!
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December 8, 2011
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