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Moon Express in Toronto for CSCA Annual Conference on March 7th
February 7th, 2013: Moon Express CEO Dr. Robert (Bob) Richards, the Canadian born space serial entrepreneur who also co-founded of the International Space University (ISU), Singularity University (SU), Students for the Exploration and Development of Space Bob Richards (SEDS) and the Space Generation Foundation, has confirmed he will present at the 2013 Canadian Space Commerce Association (CSCA) National Conference, being held in Toronto, Ontario on March 7th.

Moon Express is a privately funded lunar transportation and data services company selected by Forbes as one of the 'Names You Should Know' in 2011. The company has signed a partnership agreement with NASA for the development of its lunar lander system.

Dr. Richards joins Rick Tumlinson, the chairman of Deep Space Industries, Jim Keravala, the chief operating officer and co-founder of Shackleton Energy Company, over a dozen other speakers and an estimated 100 attendees who will discuss the technical, legal and financial aspects associated with commercial space resource utilization at this special, one day event.

A current listing of confirmed speakers is available online at and more will be added over the next few weeks.


Information is now also available online at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) International Convention, Trade Show and Investors Exchange (PDAC2013) being held in Toronto, Ontario from March 3rd - 6th, in the affiliated events section under the title 2013 CSCA National Conference.  

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What can space companies learn from the mining industry today? What are the timelines, constraints, costs and opportunities for profit from space resources and what can the mining industry learn from space entrepreneurs?   


Find out at the 2013 Canadian Space Commerce Association (CSCA) National conference focused on commercial space resource utilization on March 7th. 

Register Online Now for the Best Pricing.

The event will also include a late afternoon panel discussion focused on "After Emerson and after Steve MacLean: Canada's Space Future for the CSA and our Domestic Space Industry," where acknowledged industry and government experts outline the current situation, offer insight and suggest options.

Early bird registration ends February 15th
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Canadian Space Commerce Association (CSCA) is a registered Canadian not-for-profit industry organization existing to advance the economic, legal and political environment for space focused companies.