i4is Executive Director Andreas Hein has been invited to a discussion on space resource utilization with the German Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety (BMU) on the 25th March 2021. He presented the prospects of space resource utilization and space settlements. The results of the discussion will inform future policy-making of […]
In this member newsletter we announce the next item in our series of online talks: a debate on the case for interstellar, by Patrick Mahon and John Davies.
On Tuesday 2nd March at 8PM, as the last item of the current series, we are arranging, for i4is members only, not a talk but a structured debate between the for and the against the case for interstellar.
Issue 32 of Principium, the quarterly publication of the Initiative and Institute for Interstellar Studies is now published.
We have a number of upcoming talks in our 2021 series of online talks. This week Olivia Borgue will be talking about advanced propulsion techniques and the technology required to make them possible.
On 16th Feb 2021 at 8pm UTC, Robert G. Kennedy III from the Initiative for Interstellar Studies presents a talk on interstellar mission capability. Members of i4is can attend this talk live!
Our first talk in our 2021 series of online talks for members of i4is is by John Davies from i4is. John will be discussing the interstellar downlink. Drop in if you can and you will get to meet some of the key and active people in i4is and hopefully learn some new ‘interstellar’ facts, theories and i4is activities.
On 23rd Feb 2021 at 8pm UTC, Dan Fries from the Initiative for Interstellar Studies presents a talk on interstellar travel using Einsteinian physics. Everyone can attend this open talk live!