Plan to Attend the 26th National Space Symposium
The 26th National Space Symposium is where it all comes together - and where it all happens.
Every sector of the space industry . . . Decision- makers . . . Policy-makers . . . Deal-makers . . . will all be there, ready to share their perspectives and ready to get down to business.
The largest gathering of space professionals in the world is scheduled for April 12-15 at the historic and beautiful The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo., (see related article in this issue of Space Watch).
The 26th National Space Symposium will feature leaders who are shaping today's global space agenda - and those who will shape tomorrow's. Speakers represent civil, commercial, national security, and new space. Confirmed presenters include:
- Dr. William F. Ballhaus, Jr., vice chairman, Space Foundation Board of Directors, and former president and chief executive officer, The Aerospace Corporation
- Steve Bochinger, managing director, Euroconsult North America
- Ariane Cornell, executive director, Space Generation Advisory Council
- Lt. Gen. Larry D. James, USAF, commander, Joint Functional Component Command - Space, United States Strategic Command
- Gen. C. Robert Kehler, USAF, commander, Air Force Space Command (see related article in this issue of Space Watch)
- Gen. Thomas Moorman, USAF (Retired), chairman, Space Foundation Board of Directors, and former commander, Air Force Space Command
- Leonard Nimoy, actor, film director, poet, musician, and photographer (see related article in this issue of Space Watch)
- Maj. Gen. Richard E. Webber, USAF, Commander, 24th Air Force
- Three decades of National Reconnaissance Office leadership (see related article in this issue of Space Watch)
The agenda will feature the all new Cyber 1.0, dedicated specifically to understanding cyberspace. Plus, the popular "New Generation" programs have been expanded to provide an even richer National Space Symposium experience for up-and-coming space professionals.
The already-sold-out AMERICOM Government Services Exhibit Center will provide an extraordinary venue for networking and experiencing the latest in space technology (see related article in this issue of Space Watch).
Plus, the 26th National Space Symposium will feature a spectacular opening ceremony, award presentations to organizations and individuals who have advanced space exploration, discovery, awareness, and commerce, a number of special luncheons, dinners, workshops, and gatherings, and a wide range of education programs for teachers and students.
More than 8,000 total participants are expected to attend. For more information, go to www.NationalSpaceSymposium.org.