International Space Elevator Consortium
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The International Space Elevator Consortium (ISEC) is an organization that promotes the development, construction, and operation of a space elevator as "a revolutionary and efficient way to space for all humanity". It was formed after the Space Elevator Conference in Redmond, Washington in July 2008. It publishes a journal on space elevators called CLIMB.
- "About us". ISEC. Retrieved 2 June 2012.
- Boucher, Marc (20 January 2012). "First Issue of the Space Elevator Journal Released". The Space Elevator Reference. Retrieved 2 June 2012.
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