NewSpace 2011 will again be held in Silicon Valley again this year
Dr. Lee S. Valentine is the Executive Vice President of the Space Studies Institute in Princeton, NJ. Lee Valentine, M.D., earned his B.S. in science at Penn State and his medical degree at Jefferson Medical College. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and has been a member of AIAA since the 1970's. Dr. Valentine is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Space Studies Institute in Princeton 1980 to present: Dr. Valentine is proud to have been involved in financing Lunar Prospector, Mass Driver III, production of glass /glass composites from lunar simulant, and magnetic beneficiation of lunar regolith to obtain clean anorthite suitable for use in lunar aluminum process. In addition, he has been involved with Spacewatch at the University of Arizona, the design of satellite solar power stations optimized for construction from lunar materials with Professor Leik Myrabo of RPI. He has also been associated with initial analytical laser launch studies with Prof. William Jewell, Cornell University, and initial Closed Ecological Life Support System prototype work. He is the editor of Settling Circumsolar Space, Vol. 13 of Princeton/SSI Conference on Space Manufacturing and Space Settlement. He is a co author of Mass Drivers for Planetary Defense and a member of the Board of Directors of ProSpace.
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