From: Space Generation Advisory Council
Posted: Tuesday, January 9, 2007
Editor's note: The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is organizing a survey to find out what visions for the next 50 years of space are shared by the world's youth:
"We are running a survey to find out what is the youth visions for the next 50 years of space. The results will be presented by two Space Generation representatives at a planning workshop including prominent individuals such as Freeman Dyson and Dr Harrison Schmitt. The workshop will be held in conjunction with a conference titled, "The Future of Space Exploration: Solutions to Earthly Problems?", taking place on April 12-14 2007.
The input sought at this time are key events and timing that are thought to be important for space activities over the next 50 years. We hope to capture the input in a publication tentatively titled: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Next Generation's 50-Year Vision for Space".
To provide your input, please visit http://www.spacegeneration.org/survey/survey.php?id=4QG3M1AF
This survey is organised by theSpace Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), in partnership with the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, the Boston University Center for Space Physics, and the Secure World Foundation."
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