First Class Space Agency Is A Approved Entity With The European Space Agency and NASA
First Class Space Agency is a nonprofit space agency based in South Florida. Founded by Billy Carson in November 2014, the agency focuses on research and development of alternative propulsion systems and Zero-point energy devices having dual purpose; aid in space travel and to enhance transportation, power production on planet. Billy Carson and Thomas Michael ScrøderJensen also founded a subsidiary of First Class Space Agency as United Family of Anomaly Hunters (UFAH) to search for life on other planets.
Many scientists have proven the existence of the zero point or ambient field of energy and various inventors have achieved such ‘free environmental energy’ results. These important scientific achievements need to be properly funded and supported so that a robust system can be commercially available as soon as possible. Such a system will completely replace the current creaky electric power grid and power supply system, which is largely based on coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear power. Moreover, these generators can eventually be placed in cars, trucks and ships to replace the power plants used in vehicles today.
Billy Carson plans on attending the 33rd Annual Space Symposium in 2017. He has registered for Top Secret clearance in private space. Space and cyberspace intersect at Cyber 1.7 Classified, a one-day forum for industry and government conducted at the TS/SCI level in Colorado Springs, CO, on Monday, April 3, 2017. The Space Symposium has been firmly established as the single most important event for government organizations, and between government and industry on both a national and international basis. Top civil and military space leaders from the U.S. and abroad will participate during the week.
The Space Generation Fusion Forum, held in conjunction with the Space Symposium, aims to gather a selected group of up to 50 top university students and young professionals from various areas of space – government, industry, and academia. The event comprises of interactive panel discussions moderated by today’s international space sector leaders to serve as a platform to gather the perspectives of tomorrow’s space leaders on today’s key space issues. Attendees also have the opportunity to meet many high-level international space leaders through networking events and experience the opening of the 33rd Space Symposium.
The event is held by the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) in support of the United Nations Program on Space Applications. SGAC is a non-governmental organization, which aims to represent students and young space professionals to the United Nations, industry, agencies and academia.