Events: Eric Anderson Public AppearanceS
Why Tomorrow Won't Look Like Today panelist
What's Next: The Future of Innovation panelist
Air & Space panelist
Space Tourism: New Horizons and Industry Growth panelist
Provided talk on Harvesting Asteroids to Fuel Human Exploration and Prosperity
The Future of Space panelist
FORBES GLOBAL CEO CONFERENCE
October 21-23, 2012 — Dubai, UAE
NEWSPACE 2012 SPACE CONFERENCE
July 26-28, 2012 - Hyatt Regency, Santa Clara, CA
Keynote address by Eric Anderson - July 27, 12:15pm
The Space Frontier Foundation's annual conference is one of the most important commercial space conferences in the nation. NewSpace 2012 is where networking with leaders, supporters, investors and activists evolves into enterprises that propel the industry upward.
May 25, 2012 — The Grand Hyatt, Washington, DC
National Space Society press release: "Eric Anderson, the Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of newly-announced Planetary Resources, will be the keynote speaker for the opening luncheon at ISDC 2012 on Friday, May 25. Anderson is expected to address conference attendees on his new company's plans for asteroid mining."
NATIONAL SPACE SYMPOSIUM 2012
Eric Anderson, panelist, 'Personal Space Flight', April 18, 4:00pm
Eric Anderson, co-founder and chairman of Space Adventures, was interviewed on-stage by CNN's Richard Quest at the keynote session of PATA's 60th Anniversary and Conference
“New Space Mission”, Eric Anderson (Space Adventures), George Whitesides (Virgin Galactic) Moderated by: Spencer Reiss (WIRED Magazine)
“The Next 50 Years of Space Exploration”
Eric Anderson of Space Adventures talked about how space travel could eventually prove profitable -- by mining asteroids.
Keynote speech and the NASA Academy Banquet
Eric Anderson, Founder and CEO of Space Adventures along with John Carmack, founder of ID Software and Armadillo Aerospace delivered a joint keynote speech about their companies’ collaboration in the Suborbital Space Tourism market.
Eric Anderson, President and CEO of Space Adventures, Ltd. the only company that provides human space missions to the world marketplace, gave a lecture at the TED University’s 2010 Conference in Long Beach, California.
Held annually, TED University’s conferences bring together fifty speakers to give lectures on topics such as science, business, the arts and the global issues facing our world.
Eric Anderson, president and CEO of Space Adventures, Ltd., the only company currently providing human space mission opportunities to the world marketplace, spoke at a session at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The discussion revolved the sustainability of space, man-made space debris, repercussions of ‘trashing’ space and how policy guidelines should be designed.