The Humans to Mars Summit 2016

Student and EDU Registration available

H2M 2016 May 17-19, 2016

The Humans to Mars Summit 2016

The George Washington University, Washington D.C.

Press & Media Registration available

H2M 2016 May 17-19, 2016

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Dollar for dollar, no other space exploration non-profit accomplishes more than Explore Mars. While others talk about Mars exploration, Explore Mars advances the cause of sending humans to Mars through concrete programs and projects. Since our founding in 2010, our impact and influence in advancing the goal of landing humans on Mars has been unquestionable. But our most significant work is about to unfold, as we continue in 2015 to expand and accelerate our numerous programs and projects. Through programs such as the Humans to Mars Summit, the Mars Affordability Initiative, and Why Mars workshops, we bring space stakeholders, policy makers, and others together to tackle the tough issues that have frequently divided them. In 2014, we launched two new technical projects, ExoLance and Time Capsule to Mars, both of which are building momentum and should make great strides forward in 2015.  And our active outreach to policy makers, elected officials, and others has been extremely successful, as we have built (and will continue to build) relationships with key decision makers.

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