THE ONCE AND FUTURE MARS, 800 YEARS OF MARS EXPLORATION IN 30 MINUTES

Tuesday 27 September 12:30 – 13:30
Guadalajara hall 8

Industry Lunch: Keynote Speech by James H. Crocker (Upon Invitation)

Early astronomers first peered at Mars through telescopes. Inaugural fly-bys of the Red Planet dubbed it a “dead world.” Mars was a mystery until the Viking missions, which revealed a few of the planet’s hidden gems. Today Mars is at the epicenter of how the world will continue our legacy of human spaceflight. A look back informs a look forward into the Red Planet.

Moderator

Frank MORRING

Former Senior Editor, Aviation Week and Space Technology

United States of America

Speaker

James H. CROCKER

Vice President and General Manager, Lockheed Martin Corporation

United States of America

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