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Space Generation Fusion Forum 2014 Leads into Space Symposium

05/18/2014

Each year, the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) holds its international Space Generation Fusion Forum in conjunction with the Space Symposium. Fusion Forum takes place May 18 and 19 this year at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA.

Fusion Forum participation is limited to a group of up to 50 top young adults chosen from international applicants representing government, industry and academia.

Fusion Forum's interactive panel discussions, moderated by international space sector leaders, cover the perspectives of tomorrow's space leaders on today's global space topics. Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in Space Symposium activities on May 19, including the New Generation reception, the Space Symposium's opening ceremony and the Boeing Exhibit Center opening.

About SGAC
Based in Vienna, Austria, SGAC is a non-governmental organization representing students and young space professionals in the space sector to the United Nations, space agencies, industry and academia. SGAC has permanent observer status in the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS), and was conceived at the Third United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Space (UNISPACE-III) in Vienna in 1999. SGAC currently has a network of 5,000 university students and young professionals in the space sector in over 90 countries.

For more about SGAC, go to www.spacegeneration.org.

Pictured above: Chris Vasko, Chair of SGAC, with Space Foundation Senior Vice President - Strategic & International Affairs Steve Eisenhart

Pictured below: Andrea Jaime, Executive Director of SGAC, with Entrepreneurship Panelists Jeff Greason (XCOR Aerospace), Brad Cheetham (Black Swift Technologies), Ben Brockert (Able Space Cooperation), William J. Pomerantz (Virgin Galactic) and Moderator Bob Richards (Moon Express) as well as Lewis Groswald (SGFF Manager).

Fusion Forum photos ©SGAC/R. Tlustos

 

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