the NASA Vision" is the subject of a town meeting being held in conjunction
with the Responsive Space Conference on April 3 in Redondo Beach,
Calif. Sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
the forum features a panel of top NASA officials including Lt. Gen.
Eugene L. Tattini, deputy director of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Responsive Space, a conference and workshop from April 1 to April
3, is a dynamic new venue to address the future demands of the space
community and the need to be more responsive to customers of space-based
information. The conference will examine new technologies and paradigms
that are crucial to change the way the space business works and how
government and industry can play a role. Gen. Tattini will be a keynote
speaker at the Responsive Space luncheon on April 2. For more information
on the conference is available at http://www.responsivespace.com.
Registration information is at http://www.responsivespace.com/registration.html.
The April 3 NASA town meeting will update participants on NASA's
vision for the future scientific space program and on what that
vision implies for the aerospace industry and its technical personnel.
More information about the town meeting is available at http://www.responsivespace.com/NASA-JPL_town_meeting/index.html