ABOUT THE SPACE SYMPOSIUM
The premier event for global space professionals.
Space Symposium attendees consistently represent all sectors of the space community from multiple spacefaring nations: space agencies; commercial space businesses and associated subcontractors; military, national security and intelligence organizations; cyber security organizations; federal and state government agencies and organizations; research and development facilities; think tanks; educational institutions; space entrepreneurs and private space travel providers; businesses engaged in adapting, manufacturing or selling space technologies for commercial use; and media that inspire and educate the general public about space.
Bringing all these groups together in one place provides a unique opportunity to examine space issues from multiple perspectives, to promote dialog and to focus attention to critical space issues.
NEW THIS YEAR!
Over 90,000 square feet of additional exhibit hall and meeting room space!
Experience the latest in space technology and network with your customers when you visit the newly expanded exhibit center. Now with over 90,000 additional square footage of exhibit and meeting room space!
Make plans now to join us for the 36th Space Symposium, the number one international event for the space industry, attracting thousands of representatives from the military, civil and commercial space sectors - all in one location. This is the one event where our exhibitors know they can reach all of their customers and new prospects in one place. Don't miss this opportunity to reach your target audience!
Space Generation Fusion Forum 2020
1:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Space Generation Fusion Forum is a three-day, high-intensity, fast-paced professional development and networking event focused on the international and US space industry. Delegates are students and young professionals from around the world and various facets of the space sector including science, engineering, law/policy, business/commerce, medicine, media, military, and government.
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