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April 20th, 2006

International Space Development Conference

Abstract:
The National Space Society and The Planetary Society invite you to Los Angeles on May 4-7, 2006, to participate in the 25th annual International Space Development Conference (ISDC) at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel.

Bradley C. Edwards will discuss current activities on the Space Elevator and Deepak Srivastava will explain the nano- and macromechanics of carbon nanotube-based materials as part of a Space Elevator track.

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