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“Cosmonauts and Cosmo-NOTs” Presentation at 24th National Space Symposium
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Mar. 28, 2008) — Noted space consultant and author, James Oberg, will be presenting “Cosmonauts and Cosmo-NOTs – the history of Soviet space photographic forgeries and the lessons for the future” in the Broadmoor Theater at the 24th National Space Symposium. This presentation is scheduled for 5:15pm Wednesday, April 9.
The symposium brings together all sectors of space – civil, commercial, and national security – to highlight the accomplishments and address the opportunities and issues facing the space industry today. This symposium’s theme “Our Expanding Universe…50 Years of Space Exploration” reflects our continued efforts and advancement in space while acknowledging how far the space industry has come in the last 50 years. The theme and accompanying artwork will be carried throughout the symposium from the Lockheed Martin Exhibit Center to a program agenda featuring leaders from across the space industry.
Additional information, including an updated program agenda, confirmed speaker list, and exhibitor list, is available at www.NationalSpaceSymposium.org.
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