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The State of Space 2021

Space Foundation's annual State of Space will bring together senior space community leaders from the public and private sectors for a high-level, robust discussion on the current status of the space community and economy, and share five distinct perspectives about the actions, investments and possibilities that will shape the future of commerce, security and daily life here on Earth, and beyond.

On February 9, 2021, Tom Zelibor, Chief Executive Officer of the Space Foundation—the world’s premiere organization dedicated to inspiring, educating, connecting and advocating for the global space community—will offer remarks highlighting the achievements of 2020 and outline future challenges and opportunities. The State of Space 2021 program will showcase five unique perspectives from a select group of space community leaders.

Speakers for this year's event

Corporate Host<br>Dr. David Kaufman
Corporate Host<br>Dr. David Kaufman
Dr. Tidiane Ouattara
Dr. Tidiane Ouattara
Chris Quilty
Chris Quilty
Dr. Kathryn Sullivan
Dr. Kathryn Sullivan
Gen. David D. Thompson,<br>USSF
Gen. David D. Thompson,<br>USSF
Thomas E. Zelibor, <br>Rear Admiral, USN (Ret.)
Thomas E. Zelibor, <br>Rear Admiral, USN (Ret.)

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The State of Space 2021

When:
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
10:00 a.m. EST
Where:
Virtually on SpaceFoundation.org
and SpaceSymposium365.org

Space Foundation's "State of Space 2021" will explore the current status of the space community and economy, and share five distinct perspectives about the actions, investments and possibilities that will shape the future of commerce, security and daily life here on Earth, and beyond.

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Question?

Contact: Rich Cooper
VP Strategic Communications & Outreach, Space Foundation