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Saturday, September 27 • 12:00 - 14:00
Space Stations

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Our intrepid scientists chat about how space stations work, their potential and maybe a little about what they'd expect to see in Hale Station.


Amy Sterling Casil

Amy Sterling Casil is a 2002 Nebula Award nominee and recipient of other awards and recognition for her short science fiction and fantasy, which has appeared in publications ranging from The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction to Zoetrope. She is the author of 26 nonfiction books, over a hundred short stories, two fiction and poetry collections, and three novels. Amy is the founder of Pacific Human Capital, a founding member and treasurer of... Read More →


Arthur Bozlee

| A frequest guest at West Coast conventions, Arthur Bozlee spent several decades working for major aerospace companies before striking out and dedicating his time to private efforts to open the space frontier. He will fly the XCOR LYNX suborbital spacecraft as flight engineer next year as part of the XCOR flight test program. Known for his offbeat sense of humor and friendly manner he is always good for a story or two.

C. Sanford Lowe

C. Sanford Lowe (pen name of Candace S. Lowe) is a science fiction writer who co-authored the novel, "The Black Hole Project", with G. David Nordley. Formerly a newspaper reporter in Boston, a deputy sheriff in Arizona, and an airline pilot in New Mexico, an IT staffer at Stanford University, Lowe is current writing full-time. She is a winner of the best short story for the New England Science Fiction Association. When not writing, she... Read More →

Saturday September 27, 2014 12:00 - 14:00

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