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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (July 13, 2016) - The Space Foundation's by-invitation Space Technology & Investment Forum will offer a unique opportunity to meet with some of the most innovative, insightful and visionary professionals from the entrepreneurial and investment sectors of space and technology. READ MORE »
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (July 12, 2016) – From solving problems, designing rockets and spacesuits, to providing critical mission control support, space travel would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of engineers. This summer, the Space Foundation Discovery Center is celebrating the Heroes of Space, Visionaries, Scientists, Engineers and Astronauts, each with its own two-week theme. The third theme of the summer, “Engineers,” begins this Saturday, July 16. READ MORE »
Be a Hero of Space During the Space Foundation’s Summer of Discovery
The fourth annual Summer of Discovery program is in full swing at the Space Foundation Discovery Center. The summer has been broken into four themes all designed to celebrate the fields involved in space travel, Visionaries, Engineers, Scientists and Astronauts. READ MORE »
Bryan DeBates Named Space Foundation Vice President – Education
The Space Foundation has promoted Bryan DeBates to Vice President - Education, from his previous position as Senior Director - Education, effective July 1. READ MORE »
Discovery Center Welcomes Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
In June, the Space Foundation customized some of its education activities for students from the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind. The students visited the Discovery Center for space-based learning about weather and severe storms. READ MORE »
If you don't live in North Africa or the Mediterranean, you're likely not aware that one of the biggest, oldest and largest man-made features on the planet -- the Suez Canal -- recently underwent an immense transformation. Even if you were aware of the amazing, one-year, $8 billion expansion of one of the planet's most important shipping lanes, only if you work in the space industry are you likely cognizant of the crucial role that space played in the project. READ MORE »
How the Space Technology Hall of Fame® Supports Space Awareness
As the leading advocate for space awareness, the Space Foundation created the Space Technology Hall of Fame® in 1988 to recognize the life-changing technologies emerging from global space programs; honor the scientists, engineers and innovators responsible; and communicate to the public the importance of these technologies as a return on investment in space exploration. READ MORE »