24 January 2012

Press Release: Astronauts4Hire Sponsors 2012 Next-generation Suborbital Researchers Conference

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 24, 2012

Astronauts4Hire Sponsors 2012 Next-generation Suborbital Researchers Conference

Tampa, Florida – Astronauts4Hire is pleased to announce that it has become a sponsor of the 2012 Next-generation Suborbital Researchers Conference (NSRC) to be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Resort in Palo Alto, California from February 27-29, 2012. The NSRC will bring together researchers from government, industry, and academia in the largest forum of its kind focused on the research and education capabilities of new suborbital vehicles.

"Astronauts4Hire grew out of NSRC-2010 and was a NSRC-2011 sponsor," said Brian Shiro, President and CEO of Astronauts4Hire, "so it is fitting that we will once again support the suborbital research community by sponsoring the NSRC-2012. This will be a prime opportunity for A4H to demonstrate how far it's come in its second year and where it's going in the future."

Several members and partners of Astronauts4Hire will attend the conference, giving presentations on a range of topics, including the following:


About Astronauts4Hire:
Astronauts for Hire, Inc. (A4H) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation whose objectives are to provide opportunities for students and professionals to develop and refine the skills necessary to become commercial astronauts and to assist these qualified candidates with networking opportunities in the space research community. A4H's commercial astronaut candidates are accomplished scientists and engineers who can support a wide variety of payloads. They are available today for contract and consulting work with researchers to design and conduct experiments on microgravity, suborbital, and orbital missions. For more information, please visit www.Astronauts4Hire.org or contact Public Relations Officer Ben Corbin at media[at]astronauts4hire.org or at (850) 685-2218.

About the NSRC:
Organized by the Suborbital Applications Researchers Group of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation, the Next-generation Suborbital Research Conference (NSRC) provides a forum to learn about opportunities that new suborbital vehicles offer for research and education missions in the fields of atmospheric science, solar physics, microgravity science, planetary science, space life science, space physics, and outreach. The NSRC will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Resort in Palo Alto, CA from February 27 through 29, 2012. For more information, visit the NSRC website at http://nsrc.swri.org.

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2 comments :

  1. Concern surrounding arc bandwidth ability on cheaper public affordable licensed spaceships would certainly be something for computer science and atmospheric science consider, solar storms are obviously part our star system though the effects on seasonal animal migrators, flower, plant and tree ecology need a mature look at astral pathing and planetary science development of our generation.


    Bring on the United Federation of planets!!!

    Good luck,

    Norman Copeland.

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