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The deadline is Aug. 31, 2015, to nominate a technology for 2016 induction into the Space Foundation's prestigious Space Technology Hall of Fame®. The program honors innovations by organizations and individuals from anywhere in the world who transform space technology into commercial products that improve life on Earth.The 2015 inductees were:Chronos Vision Technology, a refractive eye surgery...
The 2015 edition of the Space Foundation's annual flagship publication The Space Report: The Authoritative Guide to Global Space Activity is now available, containing worldwide space facts and figures and illustrated with photographs, charts and graphs.The Space Report 2015 Key FindingsIn 2014, the global space economy grew slightly more than 9 percent, reaching a total of $330 billion worldwide...
The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Space Division has announced the 2014 recipients of its highest recognition, the Honorable Peter B. Teets Award.The award recognizes public or private sector leadership or achievement that results in significant contributions to the development, introduction, operational contribution or support of space systems.  The Industry category...
Are meteorites a threat to our planet? Find out at the Space Foundation Discovery Center in Colorado Springs! "Great Balls of Fire: Comets, Asteroids, and Meteors" is a national traveling exhibit at the Discovery Center through Sept. 12. This spectacular 3,000 square foot interactive exhibit details the origins and study of asteroids, comets and meteors, and examines potential threats to our...
The Space Foundation’s 31st Space Symposium will culminate on April 16 with ceremonies celebrating the induction into the Space Technology Hall of Fame® of two innovations developed for space that now improve life on Earth.The inductees are:Chronos Vision Technology, a refractive eye surgery device used internationally to improve visionSeismic Damper Technology, a motion control mechanism used to...
The Space Foundation's 31st Space Symposium opening ceremony featured the presentation of top space awards including:Alan Shepard Technology in Education Award to June Scobee RodgersDouglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award to the NASA/Industry EFT-1 TeamSpace Achievement Award to X-37B OTV TeamJohn L. "Jack" Swigert, Jr., Award for Space Exploration to Rosetta Comet TeamThe Space Symposium runs...
The Space Foundation's inaugural Yuri's Night has sold out, but for those fortunate enough to have secured tickets early, here is the schedule of speakers and activities:5:30    Doors OpenActivities available:Green Screen "Out of This World" Photo OpportunityMinecraft Mini-Missions in AGI LabPhilanthropy Guessing GamePlinko   6:00    NASA Astronaut Dr...
The Space Foundation's 31st Space Symposium runs April 13-16 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo., welcoming thousands of participants and space leaders from around the world. Track all of the 31st Space Symposium activities online at, and download the new Space Symposium app at the 31st #SpaceSymposium conversation on Facebook,...
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The annual sight of the Pavilion being erected at The Broadmoor is a sure sign that the Space Symposium is about to begin.The Ball Aerospace Exhibit Pavilion is one of two halls where exhibitors from around the world will be displaying the latest in space technology, products and services during the 31st Space Symposium, April 13-16, at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs.The Ball Aerospace...



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