Monday, February 4
Doors: 6:30 PM
Showtime: 7:00 PM
Chautauqua Community HouseSold Out
For over 60 years, humans have been promised an affordable trip to space… “just around the corner.” But to-date, fewer than 600 people have been to space.
What does this mean? You’re currently more likely win a Nobel prize than to go to space. But change is upon us – truly, this time. Before the end of the decade, it is likely we will see the first commercial space tourism trips take place. Does this mean the future is finally here?
Join James Orsulak, the executive director of Space for Humanity, as he leads a discussion on the rapidly evolving world of space tourism and what is possible in your lifetime. Would you go to space if you could? Would you visit a space hotel? What about the moon or Mars?
Speaker: James Orsulak oversees sales, business development, marketing and commercial partnerships at Planetary Resources, the asteroid mining company. He is responsible for selling the company’s primary product line, which includes rocket propellant, water for life support functions and construction materials sourced from asteroids.
Prior to joining Planetary Resources, James spent a decade developing large scale fueling infrastructure projects in the energy industry.
A portion of tonight’s proceeds will benefit Space For Humanity.
*All ticket purchases subject to service fees.