Space Watch - Issue

Space Watch: May 2014 (Volume: 13, Issue: 5)

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The View From Here

30th Space Symposium a May Flower in Full Bloom

Second View

Space Technology Hall of Fame Expands Internationally

Space Symposium

Top-Level Government Speakers are Confirmed for 30th Space Symposium
Symposium Features Impressive Roster of U.S. Intelligence Speakers, Panelists
The Broadmoor Now Offers Direct Denver Airport Shuttle Service
Two Life-Saving Technologies are Space Technology Hall of Fame Inductees
See Spectacular Photos of the Opening Ceremony Performers
New Generation Space Leaders Program Offers Mentoring, Networking

Top News

Space Foundation Again Among 50 Best Nonprofit Organizations to Work for
Launching Soon - Summer of Discovery 2014!
Discovery Center Passports Now Available
Three New Coporate Members Welcomed


Space Foundation Teacher Liaison is 2014 Recipient of the Alan Shepard Technology in Education Award
Honolulu Science Teacher to Receive Lucy Enos Memorial Scholarship
STEM Education Comes Alive for Students Thanks to Philanthropy
Space Foundation Takes New Horizons to Wyoming

Cyber Initiatives

Expect New and Different Players at Cyber 1.4
Cyber 1.4 at a Glance
Panel Topics Address Cyberspace Threats and Solutions at Space Foundation's Cyber 1.4

Report from Washington, D.C.

Congress Marks up Authorization and Appropriation Bills for NASA
House Armed Services Subcommittee Marks up FY 2015 National Defense Authorization Act

International Affairs

Counsel General of Mexico in Denver Visits Space Foundation
Leaders of Six Space Agencies to be Featured at 30th Space Symposium
Space Foundation Special Advisor Leroy Chiao Testifies at Senate Hearing
Read Fact Sheet on U.S. Use of Russian-made Rocket Engines
Space Foundation Participates in ISU Executive Space Course