This year’s virtual conference is broadcast free to all
– National Space Society
WASHINGTON, DC, United States, June 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The National Space Society is proud to announce YouTube influencer Isaac Arthur as a keynote speaker at its annual conference International Conference on Space Development® 2021, which will be held virtually this year from June 24-27.
Arthur is the creator of the hit show “Science & Futurism with Isaac Arthur”, an award-winning weekly science education and entertainment program with half a million subscribers and 350 episodes on YouTube. The show covers a wide range of futuristic concepts, including space technology, development and exploration, and focuses on how humanity or other hypothetical advanced civilizations may behave logistically, technologically and socially, to both in the near and distant future, under the laws understood science.
Past episodes have examined communities in space, planetary terraforming, interstellar exploration, mega-space engineering, cybernetics, transhumanism, artificial intelligence, the Fermi paradox, the possible existence of civilizations. aliens, post-rare savings and much more. Arthur is also a regular guest on various news and entertainment shows ranging from online productions to national radio shows, and he is a consultant on science fiction books and video games. Arthur attended Kent State University majoring in physics and graduated at the top of his class at the age of 20, and served in the US military during the Iraq War. When not working on his show, Arthur serves as chairman of the Ashtabula, Ohio Board of Elections under the direction of the Ohio Secretary of State.
The International Conference on Space Development is a four-day virtual event that will focus on key areas of space development: space colonization, space policy, space solar energy, lunar development and international space programs. It highlights the areas of interest set out in the National Space Society’s Roadmap for Space Colonization. Participation in the first three days is free.
The National Space Society was founded in 1987 by the merger of the National Space Institute, founded to promote citizen support for the US space program, and the L5 Society, based on the work of space colonization pioneer Gerard K. O ‘ Neill. The NSS is the preeminent voice of citizens on the exploration, development and colonization of space. For more information, visit space.nss.org.