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Philip Swan

Lead Principal Engineer

The Atlantis Project

Phil Swan has a track record of developing successful innovations while working on advanced multi-disciplinary projects including Starlink, Hololens, and XBox. He has been granted 38 US patents, including, most recently, a patent for the Tethered Ring. He is the recipient of three corporate recognition awards.

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Sessions Philip Swan is a part of

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

How are we achieving sustainable infrastructure for the future?

3:50 pm to 5:05 pm
in Salon 10

Talk Description

The Technical and Economic Viability of Space Access Infrastructure

Achieving world-wide carbon neutrality by 2050 is the world’s most urgent mission. At the same time human civilization must set up and maintain supply-lines to new space stations and colonies on the moon and Mars. Investment in infrastructure can substantially reduce the cost and environmental impact of this mission. A Tethered Ring is a technically viable architecture based on well-established heritage technologies that can be built with materials that are already in mass production. It is also supported by a business plan for servicing the debt incurred to build it. This presentation will discuss the economics of accessing space, explain what a "Tethered Ring" is and how it works, and show why it "pencils out" in light of our ambitious goal to become a carbon-neutral, multi-planet civilization.

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