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State of Space

Tuesday, October 11, 2022

10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Omni Hotel
4 Riverway
Houston, Tx 77056

Save to Calendar 2022-10-11 10:30:00 2022-10-11 13:30:00 State of Space State of Space brings together leaders from NASA’s Johnson Space Center and some of the most prominent aerospace organizations today for an insightful conversation on how public and private cooperation is enabling the next frontier of space exploration. It is estimated that the global space economy could generate revenue of $1 trillion or more by 2040. In Texas alone it is estimated to reach upwards of $57.6 billion—and Houston stands to grab a sizable share. For over 60 years, NASA has positioned the U.S. as a leader in space technology and exploration. And Johnson Space Center, one of NASA’s largest R&D facilities, has made Houston the epicenter of human space exploration. NASA’s continued mission to put people in space—sustainably and at scale—marks the beginning of a new era of cooperation with private firms. Many of these partnerships are taking place at the Houston Spaceport, which is serving as a catalyst for growth in the commercial space sector. Speakers include: Stephen Altemus, President & CEO, Intuitive Machines Featured speaker and panelist: Vanessa Wyche, Director, NASA’s Johnson Space Center  Peggy Guirgis, General Manager of Space Systems, Collins Aerospace Panel Moderator: Arturo Machuca, Director, Houston Spaceport and Ellington Airport More to be announced!  Omni Hotel 4 Riverway , Houston, TX, 77056 Houston.org ghp@houston.org America/Chicago public
Next-Generation Spacesuit (Courtesy: Collins Aerospace)

About this Event

State of Space brings together leaders from NASA’s Johnson Space Center and some of the most prominent aerospace organizations today for an insightful conversation on how public and private cooperation is enabling the next frontier of space exploration.

It is estimated that the global space economy could generate revenue of $1 trillion or more by 2040. In Texas alone it is estimated to reach upwards of $57.6 billion—and Houston stands to grab a sizable share.

For over 60 years, NASA has positioned the U.S. as a leader in space technology and exploration. And Johnson Space Center, one of NASA’s largest R&D facilities, has made Houston the epicenter of human space exploration.

NASA’s continued mission to put people in space—sustainably and at scale—marks the beginning of a new era of cooperation with private firms. Many of these partnerships are taking place at the Houston Spaceport, which is serving as a catalyst for growth in the commercial space sector.

Speakers include:

  • Stephen Altemus, President & CEO, Intuitive Machines
  • Featured speaker and panelist: Vanessa Wyche, Director, NASA’s Johnson Space Center 
  • Peggy Guirgis, General Manager of Space Systems, Collins Aerospace
  • Panel Moderator: Arturo Machuca, Director, Houston Spaceport and Ellington Airport
  • More to be announced! 

Tickets

Individual
Non-Members
$180

No refunds after October 6th, 2022.

Table of 10
Non-Members
$2,000

Please email your guest names to Events at Events@houston.org.

Expo Booth - Includes two tickets to the conference
$500

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713-824-2403

Agenda

Registration and Networking Café
10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Doors Open
11:45 a.m.
Luncheon Program
Noon - 1:30 p.m.

Attendance

Open to

Members

Non-members

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Burns & McDonnell, Inc.
Jacobs
KBR
Lockheed Martin
San Jacinto College
Space Center Houston
The Boeing Company
University of Houston-Clear Lake

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