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Space Development by Gary L. Martin

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Kamerlingh Onnes Gebouw

Lorentz Lecture Hall

2311 EZ Leiden

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This Public Lecture is part of the 2018 Space Studies Program held in The Netherlands by the International Space University and its local partners TU Delft, Leiden University and ESA-ESTEC.

This lecture provides an overview of the exciting recent growth of private space industry and its new role in opening the space frontier.

These new companies offer a sustainable future of space exploration and development in a way that large government sponsored programs have so far not succeeded. However, governments are the key to success and it is due to public private partnerships and targeted state-sponsored programs that have enabled this new industrial sector to grow and flourish.

Through innovation and ingenuity, they are exploring potential profit areas in the sub-orbital, orbital, and deep space regimes. The lecture highlights a few success stories and provides examples of how government programs and private investors are contributing to the growth of this new industry.

Please note that attendees will not be allowed to enter the lecture hall after the start of the Lecture.

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