You’re invited to join the ASU Interplanetary Initiative for a unique event on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023! Space Futures Live will bring to the stage seven visiting scholars across a broad disciplinary landscape united in their mission to shape an inclusive and sustainable future for humanity in space. Space is limited, register today!
The event will include a series of talks and a meet and greet reception:
- 1:30–3 p.m.: “Big Question” talks.
- 3–4 p.m.: “Big Think” conversations.
- 4–5 p.m.: Meet and greet reception.
- Phil Metzger, planetary physics: How can we ensure that space resources benefit all people on Earth, not just the privileged few?
- Shannon Curry, space physics: What have we learned at Earth and what can we learn at Mars?
- MJ Rubenstein, religion: Do human beings deserve another planet?
- Christopher Johnson, space law: What space law innovations enable interplanetary humanity?
- Hiro Ono, robotics: How far can we (humans and robots) go?
- Jacques Arnould, ethics: Why would a nation state encourage the emergence of an interplanetary humanity?
- Lisa Ruth Rand, history: How can lessons from the past help inform space futures?