When the call for papers for the 100 Year Starship Symposium was first announced, I thought “I have a few ideas. I’ll submit them all and see what gets picked up.” In the end, I submitted three abstracts: one of my own, one as co-author with Greg Matloff (New York City College of Technology), and […]
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posted by admin on August 14, 2012
Director of Icarus Interstellar Adam Crowl talks about his involvement in Project Icarus, shares his thoughts on robotic vs manned exploration and discusses the Fermi Paradox.
posted by admin on August 8, 2012
Friend of Project Icarus, Jerry Winchester discusses volunteerism, research, emergent technologies and driving interstellar research forward through the 21st century with Hailey Bright.
posted by Richard Obousy on August 6, 2012
Richard Obousy, President of Icarus Interstellar Inc., talks with Hailey Bright at the 100 Year Starship Conference in Orlando 2011. Obousy discusses some of the many challenges associated with interstellar flight, and talks about both conventional and exotic propulsion systems.
posted by Andreas Hein on June 1, 2012
written by Christian Bühler A new civilization is born Imagine a planet in an extrasolar system far away. It looks a little bit like our earth. You see blue oceans and huge continents. In the next moment a star ship enters the silence sending out a fleet of robot ships. You watch them […]
Mae Jemison and Team Establish 100 Year Starship With Goal to Make Interstellar Space Travel Reality by 2112
posted by admin on May 17, 2012
HOUSTON, TX, May 17 2012 — The Dorothy Jemison Foundation for Excellence has been selected by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to receive seed funding to form 100 Year Starship(TM) (100YSS(TM)), an independent, non-governmental, long-term initiative which will ensure that the capabilities for human interstellar flight exist as soon as possible, and definitely […]