The 30th Space Symposium's top allure for attendees, exhibitors, sponsors and speakers is as a venue for conducting meaningful business. One of the event's first networking opportunities will be provided thanks to Stellar Solutions, a Space Foundation Patron.
Stellar Solutions is hosting the Symposium's Tuesday Morning Coffee on May 20, launching a full day of speakers, panels and activities.
One of the Space Symposium's most important components for attendees, exhibitors, sponsors and speakers, is the opportunity to conduct meaningful business. Co-sponsor PAE will provide a valuable networking opportunity as host of the Symposium's Wednesday Mid-morning Break on May 21.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Jan. 8, 2014) - The Space Foundation issued a statement today regarding extension of the International Space Station mission. Media has reported that NASA plans to announce White House approval to extend the mission by four years until 2024. In anticipation of that announcement, the Space Foundation released this comment:
ATK will be prominently displayed at the 30th Space Symposium, as sponsor of the badge holders and lanyards worn by all of the more than 9,000 anticipated participants. To be held May 19-22 at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo., the 30th Space Symposium will bring together the top decision makers in the global space community today.
The Space Foundation has issued a Call for Papers for Technical Track presentations to be delivered on May 21, 2014. A new addition to the annual Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo., Tech Track sessions offer registrants an opportunity to hear from government and industry leaders in space technology development, and to learn about advances from presenters in a series of 20-minute tech talks. The Tech Track conference registration includes access to the main Space Symposium sessions and the Boeing Exhibit Center on May 22.
At a private reception on Oct. 10, the Space Foundation celebrated the one-year anniversary of its Discovery Center, the region's first and only space, science and technology attraction. The evening featured a special performance by the student orchestra from the Thomas MacLaren School in Colorado Springs.