The 33rd Space Symposium!
April 3-6, 2017 · Colorado Springs, Colorado USA
The Space Symposium, held at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA, has brought together space leaders from around the world to discuss, address and plan for the future of space since the inaugural event in 1984. Attendees at that original event numbered barely 250 space enthusiasts, while participants in recent years have surpassed 11,000. The Space Symposium has become widely known as the premier U.S. space policy and program forum and as the "must attend" opportunity for information on and interaction among all sectors of space. Called the National Space Symposium for the first 29 years, the event was renamed in 2014 to Space Symposium to reflect the event's truly global profile.
This is the Heads of Agencies plenary from the 67th International Astronautical Congress taking place in Guadalajara, Mexico. Panelists include; Sylvain Laporte of the Canadian Space Agency, Charles Bolden of NASA, Igor Komarov of ROSCOSMOS, S. Somanath of the Indian Space Research Organisation, Naoki Okumura of JAXA, Johann-Dietrich Woerner of the European Space Agency and Wu Yanhua the China National Space Agency. The plenary was moderated by John Horack, Professor and Neil
Armstrong Chair, The Ohio State University, College of Engineering, and Minoo Rathnasabapathy, Executive Director of the Space Generation Advisory Council.
The Space Generation Congress (SGC) is the annual meeting of the Space Generation Advisory Council held in conjunction with the International Astronautical Congress. Participants are top university students and young professionals with a passion for space who are selected from among applicants from our Space Generation international network. With SGC, SGAC aims to hone and promote the voice of the next generation of space sector leaders on the topic of international space development. SGC is proudly endorsed by the United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs. The Space Generation Congress (SGC) is SGAC’s annual meeting in support of the United Nations (UN) Programme on Space Applications. Top university students and young professionals with a passion for space will travel from all around the globe to attend three days of SGC 2016
GLIS2016_logo_Sept2015(03)_FINAL_150dpi_rgb The IAF is proud to announce its newest event in the frame of the IAF Global Series Conference, the Global Conference on Space and the Information Society – GLIS 2016, co-organised by the IAF and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The GLIS 2016 will take place in Geneva, Switzerland, on 6 and 7 June 2016 and will feature an intense programme, comprising an Opening Event, 5 Plenary Sessions and a Wrap-up Session. The main purpose of GLIS 2016 will be to examine and discuss the different means by which space allows people to connect worldwide. GLIS 2016 will analyse in details the impact that space policies, space technologies and space applications have on the daily life of people, organisations and governments communicating and exchanging information around the world.



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