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The International Space Elevator Consortium (ISEC) is once again holding its annual conference in Seattle and for the first time it will be held at the Museum of Flight. The 3-day conference opens on August 25th and has a theme of Operating and Maintaining a Space Elevator.

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The European Spaceward Association has made available a summary report from the recent 4th Luxembourg Carbon Nanotechnology and Space Elevator Systems as well as the book of abstracts.

EuroSE.jpgThe European Spaceward Association will host the 4th International conference on Carbon Nanotechnology and Space Elevator Systems in Luxembourg on December 4th and 5th, 2010.

The conference is split into two 1 day sessions. The first day is dedicated to Space Elevator Systems while the second day is dedicated to Carbon Nanotechnology.

The Space Elevator Systems sessions will focus on the scientific and technical aspects of the space elevator systems as well legal issues, international policy, ongoing research, economics and engineering contests.

The Carbon Nanotechnology sessions will focus the status of ongoing research including carbon nanotube growth technologies relevant to space elevator systems, power transmission, energy conversion and the economics and environmental impacts.

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