36th Space Congress
Call for Papers
The 36th Space Congress invites individuals from the United States and International
communities to submit papers on the enclosed subjects using the attached Space Congress
Proceedings Requirements no later than January 22, 1999. No abstracts are being accepted this year.
Papers can be submitted to:
Ms. Vanessa Stromer
Technical Papers Chairman
Mail Code FF-I
Kennedy Space Center, Florida 32899
FAX # 407-867-7099
Phone # 407-867-4631
Emailed papers are preferred. In the event your emailed file is not readable, it
is recommended that a hardcopy and disk also be submitted to the address above. Indicate
on a cover sheet which paper session you believe your paper best fits, chosen from the list
provided in this letter. Also include your professional affiliation, return mailing address,
email address, FAX, and telephone number so we can contact you if selected.
All papers will be forwarded to the appropriate Paper Session Chairman, who will make the
final selection of papers to be presented and published in the 1999 Space Congress Proceedings.
Authors will be notified in March of their selection. Papers, in final form, must be received
no later than January 22, 1999 in order to be included in the Space Congress Proceedings.
Papers need to follow a specified format to be incorporated into the published proceedings.
Paper Format Requirements
Please disseminate this call to other interested parties throughout your organization.
We are looking forward to a broad spectrum of participation in this year’s Congress
from all sectors of the Space Community.
Tuesday, April 27
Paper Session I - The Future is here - Unity for Success - A look at international
cooperation and opportunities in the space industry.
Wednesday, April 28
- Commercial: Global Competition and Cooperation
- International competition and cooperation in space and its influence on
progress and mission success.
- Scientific: Global Benefits From Space
- Spin-off achievements and knowledge gained and anticipated from international space ventures.
- Military: Unity For Peace
- The changing role of the DOD in the international space environment.
- Education: Educating the World
- Education around the world and its contribution to international space efforts.
Paper Session II - Launching a New Millennium -
A look at the future plans to advance our ability to gain access to space.
Thursday, April 29
- Commercial: Space Access in a Global Market
- World economic influences on future planning of commercial space ventures.
- Scientific: Unity In Space
- Continuing to build an experience base by living and working in earth orbit.
- Military: Beyond 2000
- Future programs and their developmental gains in the access to space
- Education: The Next 100 Years
- New approaches and techniques to educate the space workforce beyond 2000.
Paper Session III - Mars and Beyond -
The spacecraft systems, technology and business practices that will establish the world's future in space.
- Commercial: Mars & Beyond
- A look at future planning for commercial space activities..
- Scientific: Scientific Enlightenment
- Knowledge gained from space and a look at recent discoveries and where they are taking us.
- Military: Technology Transfer
- Advances from military space activities and their applicability to non-traditional uses.
- Education: Reaching For The Stars
- What should we do in the field of education to enhance support to space and prepare students for the future.