Register Today for the 2016 Mars Society Convention

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Early Bird Ticket Prices Are Now Available

Online registration for the 19th Annual International Mars Society Convention is now open!

Scheduled to be held at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. from September 22-25, the Mars Society conference will provide a major platform for leading scientists, policymakers, government officials, entrepreneurs and journalists to discuss the significance of the latest scientific discoveries, technological advances and political-economic developments that could open the way for the human exploration and settlement of the Red Planet.

Convention highlights will include a series of public debates on key issues and challenges facing the human exploration of Mars, as well as the likely impact of the upcoming U.S. presidential and congressional elections (scheduled for a few weeks after the conference) on the long-term direction of America’s space program. In addition, the final face-off of university student teams presenting designs for the Mars Society’s International Gemini Mars competition will be held during the four-day convention.

Sign up today for the 2016 Mars Society convention and take advantage of the ‘Early Bird’ ticket costs. For more details about the conference, please click here. Important updates, including a list of confirmed plenary speakers, will be posted on the Mars Society web site and Facebook page in the weeks and months to come. Stay tuned!

Call for Papers

The Mars Society invites presentations for the 19th Annual International Mars Society Convention. Subjects for discussion can involve all matters associated with the human exploration and settlement of the planet Mars, including science, technology, engineering, politics, economics, public policy, international relations, to name a few.

Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be sent by June 30, 2016 to: The Mars Society, 11111 West 8th Avenue, Unit A, Lakewood, CO 80215, or forwarded via email to: abstracts@marssociety.org (e-mail submissions are preferred).