Have space suit — will travel | Cameron Smith | TEDxBrussels (Dec 2014)

Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Canada

Dr. Smith’s talk at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Canada: ‘Interstellar Voyaging — An Evolutionary Transition’.

Blog Picture Science

Blog Picture Science Earth may be the cradle of life, but our bodies are filled with materials cooked up billions of years ago in the scorching centers of stars. As Carl Sagan said, “We are all stardust.” We came from space, and some say it is to space we willRead More

TEDxPortland 2015

Dr. Cameron Smith / Pacific Spaceflight TEDxPortland 2015 

BBC Radio 3 “Three Ages to the Stars”

Click on the photo above to listen to the show.   In this series, Another Giant Leap, our essayists consider how humans might evolve into a cosmic civilisation. As we boldly go where no-one has gone before, what are the challenges we are likely to encounteralong the way? In thisRead More

‘Public Space’ by Julian Smith

‘Public Space’ by Julian Smith A compilation of beautiful photography and a write up on the Pacific Spaceflight Project.

Workshop Summary

Summary of Dr. Smith’s talk at the 2016 Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop

Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop

Dr. Smith’s talk at the 2016 Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop. Introduced by NASA’s Senior Technical Assistant for the Advanced Concepts Office, Dr. Les Johnson.  

Scientific American 2013

Dr. Smith’s article, “Starship Humanity”, originally published in 2013 in Scientific American, is now updated and reprinted in a special issue on human evolution, past, present and future.     Space Scientific American 308, 38 – 43 (2013) Published online: 18 December 2012 | doi:10.1038/scientificamerican0113-38   Starship Humanity Cameron M. Smith A space mission thatRead More

Blog Location

Hi all, we like to keep everyone updated, but we’re finding Twitter a better site for daily updates. Our Twitter link is found at the bottom of this page. For longer, incidental updates, you can check out Dr. Smith’s personal blog, Immanyarok.