AUDIO: RAeS space tourism 2009 Xcor and Space Adventures Q&A

by | Jul 1, 2009 | Commercial human spaceflight, Space tourism, Spaceport, Suborbital | 0 comments

At the Royal Aeronautical Society’s 30 June 2009 space tourism conference Xcor Aerospace chief operating officer Andrew Nelson and Space Adventures vice president sales and marketing Tom Shelley answered the audiences’ questions after each giving a presentation

Go here to download part one and here to download part two of the audio of the Q&A. While I was not allowed to make a video or audio recording of the actual presentations, because audio recordings are supplied to conference attendees with the proceedings, I was told that the question and answer sessions were not included in the post-conference package

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