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Celebrate Space in May
The first week of May is a big one for any space enthusiast, with three national days of space celebration filling calendars and date books.May 4 – National Star Wars Day READ MORE »
Give Your Children Some Space This Summer
Launch your future explorers, scientists and engineers into a memorable summer adventure at the Space Foundation Discovery Center.The Space Foundation has created a new summer program at its Discovery Center in Colorado Springs, specifically for youngsters ages nine through 12 years. Explore Space Experience is designed and led by certified master teachers to offer a variety of hands-on, immersive activities and experiences based on space and science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). READ MORE »
How the Space Symposium Supported STEM Field Trips
The annual Space Symposium got a little brighter this year thanks to many of the attendees! Space Foundation team members were overwhelmed by the support, inspirational messages and stories that were shared at the Space Foundation philanthropy booth during the 32nd Space Symposium. READ MORE »
May 2016 Report from Washington
April saw a flurry of activity in space policy issues, many which were highlighted at the beginning of the month during the 32nd Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, and which carried over into activity on the Hill later in the month. READ MORE »
Promoting Aerospace in Colorado
Space Foundation COO Shelli Brunswick participated in the recent Government Aerospace Affairs Forum, a bi-annual event organized by the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT) and the Colorado Space Coalition. The purpose of the forum was to inform Colorado Congressional delegation staff members of important legislative issues to promote aerospace in Colorado. Brunswick moderated the panel on “Space Programs, Priorities and Impacts for Colorado.” Panelists included: READ MORE »
Pulham Joins U.S. Delegation to Second Official Bilateral Discussions with South Korea
Space Foundation Chief Executive Officer Elliot Pulham (pictured) spent the last days of April in Seoul, participating in a U.S. Delegation to the Second Official Bilateral Discussions with South Korea. READ MORE »
Reach International Customers by Exhibiting at the 33rd Space Symposium
The Space Foundation's 33rd Space Symposium will provide an ideal exhibit opportunity to connect with international customers.The thousands of people who will tour the exhibits include C-level industry executives, senior decision makers and government officials. READ MORE »
Request an Invitation for the Space Technology & Investment Forum Aug. 16 and 17
Held in the heart of San Francisco, the Space Technology & Investment Forum is a by-invitation boutique investment conference that joins together top venture capitalists and angel investors with space industry experts who can explain the technical, legal and business issues critical to market analysis and risk assessment. READ MORE »
Sealing the Deal at the Space Symposium
The Space Foundation's annual Space Symposium is known as the must-attend global space conference for conducting meaningful business. In addition to the robust Symposium agenda, side meetings during the four-day conference provide opportunities to "seal the deal." READ MORE »
See Photo Highlights of the 32nd Space Symposium
The 32nd Space Symposium was the largest ever held by the Space Foundation, so there was a lot to see and do. If you missed some of the excitment, you can view all of the action, and access the photos, in the Space Foundation Flickr photo stream here.Photographers Tom Kimmell, Brad Armstrong and Chuck Bigger captured the action, beginning with the set-up of the Lockheed Martin Exhibit Center, and concluding with the Space Technology Hall of Fame Dinner on April 14.  READ MORE »