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Return to the Moon VI

RTM VI Preliminary Agenda
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Stand Alone Speakers:
Chris Shank (NASA)
Brant Sponberg (NASA Non Traditional Office / Centennial Challenges)
NASA Legal Representative (Invited)
Rick Tumlinson (Founder – Space Frontier Foundation)
Paul Eckert (Boeing) (Lunar Commerce Roundtable)
Start Time Thursday, July 21
8:00 am Continental Breakfast
8:15 am Registration
8:30 am Welcoming Speaker
9:00 am Setting the Stage – Mistakes in Space
9:30 am Break
9:45 am How Do We Get To the Moon? (Earth - Orbit)
Cris Guidi (NASA ESMD) – Panel Chair
Jim Voss (t/Space)
Debra Lepore (Kistler)
ATK rep. (Invited)
Chuck Lauer (Rocketplane Limited)
10:45 am Break
11:00 am How Do We Get To the Moon? (Cis-Lunar)
Mike Hess (NASA-ESMD) – Panel Chair
Jon Malay (Lockheed)
Dallas Bienhoff (Boeing)
Tom Taylor (Lunar transportation Systems)
Northrup Rep. (Invited)
12:00 pm Lunch – Speaker Address
1:30 pm How Do We Live On the Moon?
Dr. Terri Lomax (NASA) – Panel Chair
James Hopkins (SAIC)
Dennis Wingo (Orbital Recovery)
Tom Matula (Civil Engineer)
Haym Benaroya (Rutgers CSXE)
2:45 pm Break
3:00 pm What Will We Do On the Moon? (Science)
Michael Wargo (NASA) – Panel Chair
Wendell Mendell (NASA JSC)
(More Speakers to be announced shortly)
4:15 pm Break
4:30 pm Stand Alone Speaker
5:00 pm Break
6:30 pm Reception

Start Time Friday, July 22
8:00 am Continental Breakfast
8:15 am Registration
8:30 am Welcoming Speaker
8:45 am Keynote Speaker
9:15 am Setting the Stage
9:30 am Break
9:45 am What Will We Do On the Moon? (Commercial)
Paul Eckert (Boeing) – Panel Chair
David Gump (t/Space)
Hugh Arif (Cisco Systems) – (Invited)
Eric Reiners (Caterpillar) – (Invited)
10:45 am Break
11:00 am Enabling Technologies
Michael Mealling – Panel Chair
This panel is going to be composed of 10 or so entrepreneurs/technology development companies talking (5 min each) about their innovative technologies. The plan is to paint a broad picture of what the private sector could offer and do so quickly.
12:00 pm Lunch – Speaker Address
1:30 pm Legal Regulatory Policy
Tim Huddleston (Aerospace Development Center) – Panel Chair
Jim Muncy (PoliSpace)
Marc Schlather (ProSpace)
Lori Garver (DFI International)
Mike Gold (Bigelow) – (Invited)
2:45 pm Break
3:00 pm Lunar and In-Space Business Models
Lon Rains (SPACENEWS) – Panel Chair
Michael Mealling – (Masten Space Systems)
David Gump – (t/Space)
Charles Miller – (Constellation Services International)
Dennis Wingo – (Orbital Recovery)
Rex Ridenoure (Ecliptic)
4:15 pm Break
4:30 pm Stand Alone Speaker
5:00 pm Break
6:30 pm Reception
7:30 pm Banquet – Opening Speech, Sponsor Speaker, Awards Ceremony

Start Time Saturday, July 23
8:30 am Continental Breakfast
8:45 am Registration
9:00 am Keynote Speaker
9:30 am Stand Alone Speaker
10:00 am Break
10:15 am International Partners
Bob Richards (Optech/ Intl. Space University) – Panel Chair
(More speakers to be announced shortly)
11:15 am Break
11:30 am Space Property Rights
Berin Szoka – Panel Chair
Rosanna Sattler
Jim Dunstan
Wayne White
12:30 pm Space Frontier Foundation Partners
12:45 pm SEDS
1:15 pm Review and Wrap-Up
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