Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference

Keith's note: I am at the Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference in Boulder. My plan is to stream several portions of today's event live via USTREAMTV. First, between 8:30 and 10:00 am MST, will be keynotes by Lori Garver, Pete Worden, Alan Stern, and George Nield. Then, at 12:00 pm MST, there will be a press conference with Alan Stern, Pete Worden, Jeff Greason and a representative from Virgin Galactic. The webcast will be available here.

You can follow tweets from the meeting here on Twitter.

Marc's update: SwRI Announces Pioneering Program to Fly Next-Generation Suborbital Experiments with Crew - "The Southwest Research Institute announces a new initiative to build and fly experiments with SwRI payload specialists on next-generation suborbital vehicles.

The program, supported with a $1 million allocation from SwRI, will be led by Dr. Alan Stern, associate vice president of the SwRI Space Science and Engineering Division. It is the first program of its kind in the nation."

Keith's update: This morning, NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver announced that the agency will propose $15 million/year for 5 years for the CRuSR (Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research) program - that's $75 million over the course of 5 years.

Commercial Spaceflight Federation Welcomes Historic NASA Commitment of $75 Million for Commercial Suborbital Flights, Payloads

Commercial Spaceflight Federation Announces New Research and Education Affiliates Program, Initial Participating Universities

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