Tiffany Frierson Talks at the 100 Year Starship Conference

posted by admin on December 6, 2011

On September 30th, 2011, the 100 Year Starship conference was launched in Orlando Florida. For three days, scientists from universities, NASA centers and private institutions discussed ideas relating to interstellar exploration. Over 15 members of our nonprofit organization, Icarus Interstellar, attended the conference to deliver presentations relating to our areas of research interest. In this movie, our Student Designer, Tiffany is being interviewed by Hailey Bright, and explaining what she enjoys about being a part of Icarus Interstellar.


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2 Responses to Tiffany Frierson Talks at the 100 Year Starship Conference

  1. Christopher Pickard says:

    Really pleased to see this interview (and the interview with Dr. Ian Crawford), it’s great for us to get a small look at the conference, not to mention an idea of what those in attendance are thinking. I also really enjoyed the “My 100 Year Starship Experience” blogs. Thanks for Posting!

  2. alan ward says:

    artifical whoom and robotic mothers teachers when the starship arrives, inseminate plus, bi0 meaning planet living species to, as a dna reserve, biodiversity in tact. as our planet is a large space ship.that is living processes that need, to be made basic so to be carried.sperm whoom…such things can be put on hold for long periods, and such fields strengths might mean, the inability to use feilds with out disturbing living things live stock, and electrical pathways for every thing im not sure about the use of insulaters against fields, and creating a living whoom,a machanical on of switch.i imagine these things will exist in the near future.and hybernation .

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