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NASA Earth: May 10 Community Forum on Decadal Survey

 

NASA Earth: May 10 Community Forum on Decadal Survey

The National Academy of Sciences has prepared this Earth Decadal Survey, and it lays out priorities to pursue over the next 10-20 years regarding Earth science and applications from space. Report available at: http://nap.edu/24938 

The first in a series of these NASA Community Forums is May 10 from 12:45-2:45 p.m. EDT.  We invite people to participate, so that we can give everyone an update on the approach, timing, progress and especially opportunities to engage with this process.

The webpage for information about this event is:

https://science.nasa.gov/earth-science/decadal-survey-community-forum

People can attend in person, through Webex, or via Telecon.  All the details are on the website above. The in-person location is NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.  

We are very interested in keeping the community informed about activities, progress, and opportunities regarding the Earth Decadal Survey.  We have a special Earth Decadal Survey webpage – https://science.nasa.gov/earth-science/decadal-surveys – for information about the Decadal and for people to provide written input, feedback, and questions.

Thanks and regards,

Earth Science Division

Science Mission Directorate

NASA Headquarters

Jason Dunn

Jason DunnJason Dunn is the cofounder and CTO of Made in Space. Made In Space is the only company to off-world manufacture, having built the first objects ever made in space in 2014. With two operational 3D printers on the International Space Station, Made In Space provides commercial space manufacturing services to NASA, government agencies, and commercial users. Jason founded Made In Space in 2010 as a result of analyzing the best possible approaches to enabling a fully sustainable form of space colonization. With a core focus on space manufacturing, the company has since built, flown, and operated the first and second 3D printers in space. Installed on the International Space Station, the first Made In Space Zero Gravity 3D printer began space manufacturing in November 2014. Today Made In Space operates the second-generation 3D printer on the ISS, called the Additive Manufacturing Facility, enabling groups across the planet to have hardware manufactured in space.  

Jason holds two degrees in Aerospace engineering from the University of Central Florida, has studied at the Singularity University Graduate Summer Program, and is an internationally recognized speaker on the topics of space exploration, advanced manufacturing, and the theory of disruption.  In 2014, Jason and his three co-founders were recognized by Forbes on the prestigious 30 under 30 list for manufacturing.

Credits: NASA Ames
Research Center

Florida Space Grant Connections: Supported as an intern at NASA and helped with Tuition at Singularity University which led to him and 2 others creating Made in Space. 

 

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