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"We are here to discuss, challenge, interact, learn, and investigate all that is space."
With these opening words Brendan McCormick, the Queen’s Space Conference chair, gave as a goal for the weekend.
It was the first annual Queen’s Space Conference and we, the delegates, were sure to meet this goal; the speakers in attendance were from throughout the space industry, including the Curiosity Rover team and SpaceX, and they were willing to share their perspectives with us.