Space is taking over SXSW 2014 in Austin this weekend!
The 10 best panels for Space at South by Southwest 2014! Follow #SXSWspace for the latest.
By Nick Azer on March 06, 2014
South by Southwest 2014---a.k.a. #SXSW2014---is upon us, bringing with it all kinds of great panels on music, film, interactive...
We’ll be there representing #TeamSpace, bringing the latest developments & thinking on what’s next for mankind as we head out into space. Join us by using the hashtag #SXSWspace, and become part of the hottest space conversations!
Below are 10 of the can’t-miss space-related panels we’ll be presenting---and geeking out---for:
Newspace and the Next Wave
Join us for discussions on startups, space, and the new multi-planetary future of humanity (& business):
-Taking the Collaborative Economy to Space: Panel; Friday, March 7th 3:30-4:30pm, Omni Downtown. (Several teams from the #GLXP will be at this one, talking about how collaboration is changing the future of space!)
-Space Tech Startups That Will Change Everything: Panel; Friday, March 7th 5-6pm, Omni Downtown
Cosmos: Your Spacetime Odyssey
The new Cosmos is coming in a week---and a whole new generation of space advocates will be born! Be there on the ground floor with these panels:
-A Conversation with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson: Panel; Saturday, March 8th 2-3pm, Austin Convention Center
-Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey: Screening; Friday, March 7th, 10-10:43pm, Paramount Theatre
They’re NASA And They Know It
NASA’s still got it, and they’re going to show it with these panels:
-Building Next-Generation User Experiences at NASA: Panel) Sunday, March 9th, 11-12pm, Omni Downtown
-First Signs: Finding Life on Other Planets: Panel; Sunday, March 9th, 12:30-1:30pm, Omni Downtown
-Live from Space! Talk with Astronauts in Orbit: Panel; Saturday, March 8th 11-12pm, Omni Downtown
-That’s Hot: Visualizing NASA Climate Science Data: Panel; Saturday, March 8th 12:30-1:30pm, Omni Downtown
-The International Space Orchestra: Panel; Tuesday, March 11th 11am-12pm, Omni Downtown
-NASA and Kerbal Space Program: The Asteroid Mission In Real and Virtual Worlds: Panel; Saturday, March 8th 12:30pm-1:15pm, Omni Downtown