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03/21/2004
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Mar. 22, 2004) -- Although record-breaking attendance numbers are expected at the 20th National Space Symposium, pertinent conference information will fit in the `palm` of your hand. National Space Symposium attendees can now download the program agenda, speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, hotel information and maps to their Palm OS and Windows CE hand-held devices, free of...
03/03/2004
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Mar. 4, 2004) -- Dr. Patricia Arnold appeared yesterday before the Pete Aldridge `Moon/Mars` Commission during its public hearing in Dayton, Ohio. Arnold was one of four nationally known education experts called upon to testify before the commission.
03/01/2004
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Mar. 2, 2004) -- We congratulate NASA and its international partners for the significant findings announced today of the proof of water and a possibly habitable environment on Mars, discovered recently by the Opportunity Mars Rover - which is now exploring the Meridiani Planum on the Red Planet. These findings are a giant leap towards laying the foundation of NASA's Moon/...
01/29/2004
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Jan. 30, 2004) -- The crushing phone call came one year ago. Space Shuttle Columbia had been lost. Did I have any comment for the press? It was one of those moments, whether epic triumph or epic tragedy, that burns in your mind forever. Where were you when JFK was shot? When Armstrong stepped foot on the moon? When Challenger was lost? On September 11? When Baghdad fell?...
01/13/2004
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Jan. 14, 2004) -- Statement of Elliot G. Pulham President & Chief Executive Officer The Space Foundation That was one small speech for a President, but one Giant Leap for America's space program! I have just had the honor of being with the President of the United States for the unveiling of a bold new vision for America's space program. Today's announcement by...
01/03/2004
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Jan. 4, 2004) -- Comments from Space Foundation President and Chief Executive Officer Elliot G. Pulham Hats off to NASA for today's successful landing of the first of its twin Mars Rovers, "Spirit." Both the "Spirit" and "Opportunity" Rovers are larger, more mobile and better equipped than the 1997 Mars Pathfinder Rover. The rovers are identical, but will explore...
11/16/2003
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Nov. 17, 2003) -- The Space Foundation announced today that the Northrop Grumman Exhibit Center has sold out for the 20th National Space Symposium, which takes place March 29-April 1, 2004, at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs. The symposium, hosted by the Space Foundation, is the premier annual space industry conference anywhere in the world and the nearly 30,000...
10/14/2003
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Oct. 15, 2003) -- The following is an official statement of Elliot G. Pulham, president & chief executive officer of the Space Foundation, on today's successful launch by China. The AP summary follows. "While today's accomplishment may seem modest, China can now claim something that American, Russian and other space programs cannot: a well-defined human space flight...
09/21/2003
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Sep. 22, 2003) -- The Space Foundation was chosen to receive the Air Force Association's (AFA) national Special Citation award. Mr. Pat Condon, AFA National President, recently presented the award to Elliot Pulham, Space Foundation President and Chief Executive Officer, at the Colorado AFA State Dinner in Colorado Springs. The citation recognized the Space Foundation for...
09/16/2003
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Sep. 17, 2003) -- The Space Foundation announced today that Jonathan Ogg was recently hired as the director of education. This is a newly created position. Ogg participates in the strategic planning and management of the Foundation's education enterprise, including K-12 program design and development, curriculum design and development initiatives, grant writing, the NASA...

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