The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, most known as NASA, is the independent agency from the American federal government which is responsible for space program as well as aeronautics and aerospace research. Within the next decade, NASA will be operating the Gateway, an outpost orbiting the Moon. Work is underway to develop the components necessary to ensure the Gateway is outfitted to with the most advanced astronaut accommodations, communications, science capabilities, and to help prepare humanity for the next frontier: Mars. The work requires the best of NASA, its international partners, the private sector, academia, and citizen scientists to guarantee a successful and sustained human venture far away from Earth. Jason Crusan, Director, Advanced Exploration Systems for NASA, will take part as guest speaker in the Space Summit on May 15th. In this talk, Jason Crusan will explain how it takes the collective innovation of the whole world to put humans in deep space. Discover more about him below.