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Last Chance to Register for Classified Faga Forum on Space Intelligence
Demand for a classified conference in the greater Washington, D.C., area, grew from the popularity of classified programs held by the Space Foundation during its annual Space Symposium. The Space Foundation is again offering the Faga Forum on Space Intelligence, to be held Wednesday, Feb. 15, at SAIC in Chantilly, Va. READ MORE »
New Gen Spotlight: New Gen Sponsor ULA
This series in Space Watch spotlights one New Generation participant and one New Gen mentor, providing insight into the success of these space professionals. The Space Foundation's New Generation program was founded in 2008 as a forum to foster long-term peer relationships between young space professionals, aged 35 and younger, and top space leaders and mentors. READ MORE »
Register Now for Women's Global Gathering Luncheon at 33rd Space Symposium
A new forum has been added to the Space Foundation's Space Symposium that will be open to Symposium registrants as well as non-registrants. This year, we will launch our inaugural Women's Global Gathering, to provide a unique opportunity to hear about the accomplishments and opportunities for women in the space industry. Our thanks to co-sponsors Harris Corporation and L3 Technologies for making this new event possible.    READ MORE »
Report from Washington
by Charles A. Harris, Space Foundation Manager - Washington Operations READ MORE »
Space Foundation Hosts Aerospace 101 Events on the Hill
On Jan. 24 and 25, the Space Foundation hosted two events on Capitol Hill, along with the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) and the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). The purpose of these events was to inform congressional staffers about the aerospace industry and introduce them to issues across the field. These "Aerospace 101" events (pictured below), held in the House of Representatives and the Senate respectively, brought out multitudes of staffers to hear from a fantastic panel of speakers over lunch. READ MORE »
Space in the Community Returns to Tulsa
The Space Foundation education team returned to Tulsa, Okla., just nine months after delivering a Space in the Community program to more than 5,000 students there. They were invited back after the success of the program at Tulsa-area schools last May. READ MORE »
Space Love at Its Finest
Who doesn't love space? No one we know, and this month we are bringing out all our love of space at the Space Foundation Discovery Center.Wednesday, Feb. 1, Homeschool Days:  I ❤️ SpaceHands-on science activities linked to learning about space travel and the universe.Saturday, Feb. 4, Star Days: I ❤️ SpaceSpend the day with lovely space activities. Activities include: READ MORE »
The View From Here What is the Future of Space? Space Symposium Boeing Exhibit Center and Pavilion Sells Out in Record Time Register Now for Women's Global Gathering Luncheon at 33rd Space Symposium Experts to Discuss Impact of Big Data on the Future of Space READ MORE »
Teacher Liaison Program Adds 28 Educators, Including Teachers from Ethiopia, Guam, Kenya and Portugal
The Space Foundation continues to grow international participation in its Teacher Liaison program, which now includes one educator each from Australia, Ethiopia, Guam, Kenya and Portugal, plus 26 educators from India, bringing the total number of international Teacher Liaisons to 31. READ MORE »
Volunteer Louis Ramon Receives Jacobs Community Care Award
During his nearly 50-year aerospace career, former NASA engineer Lou Ramon was involved in a number of U.S. human spaceflight programs, from Gemini, Apollo, Skylab and Space Shuttle to the International Space Station. He is now a dedicated volunteer docent at the Space Foundation Discovery Center in Colorado Springs. READ MORE »