Space-Based Solar Power

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Meet Coyote in D.C. 18 July 2007

Posted by Coyote on July 15, 2007

Fellow Space Solar Power Advocates and Skeptics,

I know many of you are planning to attend the Space Frontier Foundation’s NewSpace 2007 Conference in Washington D.C. If you are, this is a great opportunity for us to meet!

On Wednesday, 18 July, I will be in the Doubletree Hotel lounge from around 5:30 to 6:30pm.

Please stop by and say hello and be ready to talk about space-based solar power!  (We’ll turn it into a 5,000 hits party!)




6 Responses to “Meet Coyote in D.C. 18 July 2007”

  1. Des Emery said

    If I traveled, I would make it a point to get there in time to meet you, Coyote. But I don’t, more’s the pity. From my POV, anyway. The best I can do is wish you a busy and informative day and a firm handshake.

  2. Coyote said


    Sorry to miss you. We’ll speak well of you…and always look foward to seeing you on-line! A firm handshake right back to you, brother.

  3. Regan said

    Hope to see you there

  4. Coyote said

    Our meeting on the 18th at the NewSpace 2007 Conference was a huge success!

    About 20 people showed-up. We had a great exchange of ideas over a glass or two of Pinot Noir!

  5. Jim Sisseck said

    To expect the best dreamers (thinkers) to physically attend is a dream in itself. There is no good reason for a physical attendance except show. Instead, please make it virtual and I’ll open your eyes to a new way of thinking. Or wait until my company grows big enough to actually do it and then you can watch from the sidelines.

  6. Coyote said


    What form of virtual meeting do you propose???

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