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Super Early Bird Discount Rate Now Available

Industry Attendees Can Save $500 by Registering Before Jan. 13

Super Early Bird Discount Rate Now Available The Space Foundation's 28th National Space Symposium will be the "must-attend" space event of 2012 with featured speakers and panels addressing all aspects of space, plus special events and presentation of several prestigious space-related awards. What makes it the must-attend event?

Make valuable connections with top industry, military and government decision-makers, build your professional network and get business done – all in one place at one time.

Influential Participants
Hear from - and interact with - leaders from all space sectors - space agencies, commercial space, national security, new space, finance, research, academia and science.

Powerful Agenda
Learn about critical industry issues and developments from focused panels, featured speakers, targeted forums and – new this year – break-out track sessions and luncheons.

Global Perspective
Gain new perspectives, widen your professional reach and build relationships through interaction with top-level representatives from the ever-growing global space community.

Astounding Exhibit Hall
Experience the latest space technology in the  Ball Aerospace Exhibit Center, reconfigured to include a new Pavilion with better exposure for every exhibitor. Check out the exhibitor map/list here.

Targeted Events
Participate in events for specific groups and interests: Cyber 1.2 and programs for corporate members, New Generation Space Leaders Program, educators, policy-makers and more. For a look at the full agenda, click here.

Register by Jan. 13, 2012, to save $500 on the industry rate. Plus, order The Space Report 2012: The Authoritative Guide to Global Space Activity at the same time for an exclusive low rate of $69.50 - a 50 percent savings that won't be offered anywhere else!

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