The Next 50 Years of Space Exploration

President of India Addresses Boston University Symposium on the Future of Space Exploration Through Video Conference

Surviving and Thriving in the Next 50 Years of Space Exploration: Leading scholars gather on 50th anniversary of Sputnik 1, Space Generation Advisory Council

" ... the three-day conference featured discussions led by noted researchers, including Dr. John C. Mather, 2006 Nobel Prize Winner in physics, and a keynote address by Lord Rees of Ludlow, president of the Royal Society. Opening remarks were made by President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam of India who stated that, "the best thing space can do is enhance the quality of life of those on Earth," and that in the long-term, humanity has to "build the way for an alternative habitat in our galaxy."

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