Great 4 Days: 26th National Space Symposium
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You have just a few days to get the best deal ever on the best four days you'll spend this year.
For four days in April, you'll witness the largest gathering of space professionals in the world: the 26th National Space Symposium, April 12-15 at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo.
You'll visit the AMERICOM Government Services (AGS) Exhibit Center teeming with activity and overflowing with the latest in space technology. You'll hear from the leaders who are shaping today's global space agenda - and you'll meet the ones who will shape tomorrow's. You'll witness a spectacular Opening Ceremony and applaud as the Space Foundation recognizes organizations and individuals who have advanced space exploration, discovery, awareness, and commerce. You'll have an extraordinary opportunity to network with the industry's most influential - all in one place, at one time.
More than 8,000 total participants are expected at the 26th National Space Symposium, You need to be there - right in the center! And, if you register by Feb. 5, you can get the best savings ever with the Super Early Bird Discount.
Can't quite get your registration in by Feb. 5? No worries. You can still get a substantial (but not super substantial) discount if you take advantage of the Early Bird Discount, which expires Mar 12, 2010.
The 26th National Space Symposium agenda covers every aspect of space. Starting with Cyber 1.0 on April 12 (see related article in this issue of Space Watch) and continuing on to the new generation closing reception (and all-around good time) Thursday night, the Symposium delves into topics as diverse as the intersection of space and cyber, congressional viewpoints, Wall Street's take on space, the role of the National Reconnaissance Office (then and now), the space-based value chain, space debris, why we fly, and the "next big thing."
It's jam-packed with special events, including presentation of prestigious Space Foundation awards (see article on the Hill Award and on the Morrow Award in this issue of Space Watch), a high-octane Opening Ceremony featuring Barrage, and the Space Technology Hall of Fame Dinner featuring actor Leonard Nimoy. This is all punctuated with the AGS Exhibit Center featuring 140 organizations and some of the coolest space stuff on the planet, entertaining and educational programs for teachers and students, and a whole series of special events for the newest generation of space professions.
The 26th National Space Symposium speakers bring a wide range of experience to the event. Where else can you hear from military and industry leaders, space entrepreneurs and explorers, policy makers and administrators, financiers, authors, astronauts, iconic actors, and up-and-coming space professionals? To see all the speakers, click here.
Registration is simple: just click here. And, don't forget the big savings that come with the Super Early Bird rates. Registration for qualified media is complimentary. Click here for details on media registration.
This article is part of Space Watch: Februrary 2010 (Volume: 9, Issue: 2).
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