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Did you know that the International Space Station Research and Development Conference (ISSRDC) attracts the key players guiding the future of low Earth orbit (LEO) commercialization? Be a part of the discussion—register for ISSRDC today.
Working together, NASA and the ISS National Lab enable research and technology development (R&D) leveraging the International Space Station (ISS) that provides value to our nation, supports deep space exploration efforts, and fosters a robust market in LEO. The ISS is a unique platform that allows investigators from industry, U.S. government agencies, and academic institutions to take their R&D from the ground to a one-of-a-kind laboratory in space. The ISS National Lab sponsors research in collaboration with several U.S. government agencies that leads to new discovery that advances current understanding in various scientific disciplines and supports agency goals and objectives. To help investigators prepare their flight projects, the ISS National Lab supports an increasing number of companies and organizations that offer services related to payload development. Through an online portal provided by the ISS National Lab, investigators can connect with these organizations to translate their ground-based research into spaceflight-ready payloads. A growing number of commercial facilities provide a wide variety of in-orbit capabilities investigators can leverage to advance their R&D in ways not possible on Earth. The ISS National Lab allocates crew time and transportation resources to be used by the companies and organizations that own and manage these facilities. In addition to enabling valuable space-based R&D leveraging the space station today, the ISS National Lab also works with companies that are advancing the private space stations of tomorrow—collaborations that are critical to the future LEO economy.

A view of the full Gateway configuration with Orion approaching Gateway Credit: NASA/Alberto Bertolin

To help investigators prepare their flight projects, the ISS National Lab supports an increasing number of companies and organizations that offer services related to payload development. Through an online portal provided by the ISS National Lab, investigators can connect with these organizations to translate their ground-based research into spaceflight-ready payloads. A growing number of commercial facilities provide a wide variety of in-orbit capabilities investigators can leverage to advance their R&D in ways not possible on Earth. The ISS National Lab allocates crew time and transportation resources to be used by the companies and organizations that own and manage these facilities. In addition to enabling valuable space-based R&D leveraging the space station today, the ISS National Lab also works with companies that are advancing the private space stations of tomorrow—collaborations that are critical to the future LEO economy.

ISSRDC brings together leaders from the commercial sector, U.S. government agencies, and academic communities to foster innovation on the ISS and shape the future of LEO commercialization. Attend ISSRDC to connect with other major players in the space community and engage with the companies advancing research and opportunities in low Earth orbit. Register today!

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PAYMENT: Your registration is not reserved until full payment is received. We accept online payments by credit card through PayPal. A PayPal account is not required to make payment, if you can have any questions please contact Dalia Ruffatto.

CANCELLATION POLICY: By submitting an online registration, you agree to pay the full fee. Cancellations received no later than July 15, 2019, will be charged an $80 cancellation fee (either billed or subtracted from the refunded fee). If you do not cancel by July 15, you will be charged the full fee. You may cancel online or by calling the ISS National Lab at 321-757-6134.

Hotel Deposit/Cancellation Policy

Guests will be charged a deposit in the amount of one night’s room and tax at the time of the reservation. The deposit is non-refundable after July 14.

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