Register for the 27th National Space Symposium by Jan. 14 for Big Savings
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Jan. 5, 2011) -- Register for the 27th National Space Symposium by Jan. 14 to take advantage of the Super Early Bird Discount and save up to $500. Plus, add registration to the Cyber 1.1 conference for $50 in extra savings. The Industry/Educator/Nonprofit/Contractor registrants who sign up now will pay only $1,295 to attend 27th National Space Symposium, the premier gathering of the global space community, being held April 11-14 at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo. Add on the April 11 Cyber 1.1 conference for a total price of only $1,740. Without a discount, the full price for both is $2,240.
Cyber 1.1 by itself is only $495 regardless of when you register, but because space is limited, early registration is recommended.
The Industry/Educator/Nonprofit/Contractor Symposium rate includes admission to general sessions, exhibits and receptions. Tickets to the Corporate Partnership Dinner, the General James E. Hill Lifetime Space Achievement Award Luncheon, Space Technology Hall of Fame Dinner and Industry Salutes the Space Shuttle luncheon can be purchased separately.
For full registration details, including special rates for active military and government attendees, go to www.NationalSpaceSymposium.org/register.
About the 27th National Space Symposium
The 27th National Space Symposium offers workshops, forums, panels and presentations covering all aspects of space. The top allure for attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, and speakers is as a venue for networking and conducting meaningful business.
Symposium speakers include:
- Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D., education advocate and retired Intel Chief Executive Officer/Chairman, who will speak at the Corporate Partnership Dinner
- Wes Bush, chief executive officer and president of Northrop Grumman Corporation
- Gen. Bruce A. Carlson, USAF (Retired), director National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
- Charles Elachi, Ph.D., director of the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) and vice president of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Calif., who will receive the General James E. Hill Lifetime Space Achievement Award
- P.J. O'Rourke, best-selling author and political satirist, who is the featured speaker at the Space Technology Hall of Fame® Dinner
Cyber 1.1, to be held on April 11 before the opening of the 27th National Space Symposium, is even more in-depth than the sold-out Cyber 1.0 conference held in 2010 in conjunction with the 26th National Space Symposium. The full-day Cyber 1.1 conference will focus on senior leadership views on Department of Defense and industry cyber activities, including emphasis on developing people to meet the challenges posed by cyberspace. Featured speakers and panelists will provide insight into evolving cyberspace policy issues affecting industry, education and the government.
Attendees can take advantage of opportunities to meet key people helping shape the future of cyberspace at both the networking breakfast, sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton, and at the policy-focused luncheon, sponsored by General Dynamics.
27th National Space Symposium and Cyber 1.1 Co-Sponsors
Confirmed co-sponsors of the 27th National Space Symposium include a.i. solutions; Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI); ATK; Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.; The Boeing Company; Booz Allen Hamilton; Cisco Systems, Inc.; General Dynamics; Integral Systems; International Space University; Lockheed Martin; Northrop Grumman; Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne; Raytheon; SpaceX; Stellar Solutions; and United Space Alliance. Space News International and Aviation Week are official media partners. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available; interested companies should contact Sponsorships@SpaceFoundation.org.
About the Space Foundation
The Space Foundation is a global, nonprofit organization and the foremost advocate for all sectors of the space industry - civil, commercial, military and intelligence. Founded in 1983, the Space Foundation is a leader in space awareness activities, educational programs that bring space into the classroom, and major industry events, including the National Space Symposium, all in support of its mission "to advance space-related endeavors to inspire, enable and propel humanity." An expert in all aspects of the global space industry, the Space Foundation publishes The Space Report: The Authoritative Guide to Global Space Activity and provides three indices that track daily performance of the space industry. Through its Space Certification and Space Technology Hall of Fame® programs, the Space Foundation recognizes space-based technologies and innovations that have been adapted to improve life on Earth. Headquartered in Colorado Springs, the Space Foundation conducts research and analysis and government affairs activities from its Washington, D.C., office and has field representatives in Houston, Texas, and Cape Canaveral, Fla. For more information, visit www.SpaceFoundation.org. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, and read about the latest space news and Space Foundation activities in Space Watch.
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