10 June 2016 “Britain’s Place in Space” Cheltenham, UK
I’ll be on a panel at the Cheltenham Science Festival on Friday the 10th of June 2016, alongside Will Whitehorn and Louise Hughes—details below are taken from the website for the event “Britain’s Place In Space”
This panel will delve into the role of the UK in the space sector and space exploration. It is part of the Cheltenham Science Festival 2016. Please come join us!
“Britain’s Place In Space”
Friday 10 June 2016 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Town Hall, Pillar Room
£8 plus transaction fee
The UK space industry employs nearly 35,000 people, contributing over £10 billlion to the economy. What does the future hold? Guest Director and previous Virgin Galactic president Will Whitehorn talks to microsatellite manufacturer Craig Clark, space law specialist Jill Stuart and the UK Space Agency’s Louise Hughes about what comes next: from plans to build a UK spaceport, to starting a base on the moon.
See the website for the event “Britain’s Place In Space” for details and to register.