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Saturday, March 8 • 12:30pm - 1:15pm
NASA and Kerbal Space Program: The Asteroid Mission In Real and Virtual Worlds

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NASA wanted to attract more interest to its Asteroid Redirect Mission and Kerbal Space Program, an indie space agency sim, was ecstatic bring this real-world mission into its virtual world. NASA scientists and KSPdevelopers will swap stories and share details about how the mission in both the real and virtual worlds is going to make a meaningful impact on how we view our place in the universe.
NASA and Kerbal Space Program: The Asteroid Mission In Real and Virtual Worlds is open to the public with free Guest Pass wristbands, available in advance or on-site at the event. Guestpass.sxsw.com for more information.

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Felipe Falanghe

Lead DeveloperSquadFelipe Falanghe is the creator and lead developer for Kerbal Space Program. Felipe joined Squad in April 2010 and worked on interactive marketing installations before founding the KSP project in January 2011. He originally conceived Kerbal Space Program after running... Read More →

Chad Jenkins

Technical Artist and DeveloperSquadChad Jenkins, a technical artist and developer for Kerbal Space Program, transitioned from a member of the KSP modding community to a full-time developer in March of 2012. His work on a space plane mod, called the C7 flight pack, led the way for... Read More →

Saturday March 8, 2014 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Palmer Events Center, Exhibit Hall 1

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