Blue Marble Week – A Virtual Event on Space, Combining Insight and Action

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Foundation for the Future, organizer of the new Blue Marble Week, announced their Space policy and technology event will be held in virtual on 1/13/2021.

Members of Congress, their staff, and the public looking for the latest a results-oriented webinar on the space launch ecosystem should register to attend Blue Marble Week scheduled for 1/13-14.

Blue Marble Week is a series of events featuring the brightest minds in space infrastructure development. January’s event is focused on the economics, infrastructure and security of launch services.

Foundation for the Future is sponsoring this month’s event, which will cover key issues such as:

Horizontal and Vertical Aspect – What is the current state of the art launch services?

Cyber Security – How can cyber security in space mean the difference between success and failure?

Launch Infrastructure – What are the results of launch capabilities in economic, security, stem workforce, company creation terms?

Launch Economics – How big is the current market and where is that trend headed?

Launch Policy – What tools does the government have that it can use to accelerate space access capacity and what more are needed?

Full details on the event can be found on the company website at

When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, the host of the event, Foundation for the Future said:

“Blue Marble Week manages to thread the needle between aspirational and practical. It’s focus on near-term results combined with big ideas is a perfect blend of useful to policymakers and accessible to the public.”

The Blue Marble Week website has full details about the sessions at this month’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at: Subsequent events are scheduled monthly and include the following topics:

Strategic Assets in Space – what capabilities does the U.S. need?

Orbital Manufacturing – what happens when we can make it there?

Space Based Solar Power – A whole new deal for green energy, but how soon can we get it?

Mining – Is space mining worth it in the near term?

Contact Info:
Name: Tim Chrisman
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Organization: Foundation for the Future
Address: P.O. Box 321, Merrifield, Virginia 22116, United States

Source: PressCable

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