Explore SPACE Forum 2015
What to Expect
- Almost 1,000 participants from more than 300 institutions in 20 countries.
- More than 400 papers reporting on the latest innovations in space technology, exploration, and operations.
- ITAR sessions reporting on timely, innovative ideas and progress.
- A technology-driven exposition.
Reasons To Attend
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SpaceX Launches Dragon Toward ISS, But Does Not Complete Landing Test
15 April 2015
NBC Nightly News, in continuing coverage, broadcast that SpaceX successfully launched a spacecraft toward the ISS on Tuesday... More...
Commercial Crew Participants Reach 23 Milestones In 2014
24 December 2014
The ExecutiveBiz blog reported that on Monday, NASA announced that in 2014, Blue Origin, Boeing, Sierra Nevada Corp. and SpaceX completed 23 milestones for the Commercial Crew Program... More...
Video Previews Astronaut Return On Orion
22 December 2014
NBC Nightly News broadcast that NASA released a video of the view from Orion as it returned from space, providing a “dramatic” preview of what future astronauts will experience... More...
Headlines from SPACE 2014
Check out the latest happenings from the AIAA Space and Astronautics Forum and Exposition (SPACE 2014), taking place 4-7 August 2014, in San Diego, CA. More...