Connecting, Protecting, and Enhancing a Global Society

Explore SPACE Forum 2014

  • Explore SPACE Forum 2014

    AIAA SPACE 2014 will give you a 360-degree view of the impacts of space activity on society. Focused on "Connecting, Protecting, and Enhancing a Global Society," this forum will connect you with the researchers, engineers and experts who are driving our industry forward. Make plans to join us in San Diego to:

    • Expand your knowledge, as expert engineers and scientists share their latest research and development findings.
    • Find out what lies ahead, as senior leaders in industry discuss their programs and business challenges during plenary and Forum 360 panel sessions.
    • Discuss challenges and share ideas during technical sessions, luncheons, networking breaks in the exposition hall, and social activities.

     

     

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    Reasons To Attend

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  • FAA Approves SpaceX Launch Site In Texas
    FAA Approves SpaceX Launch Site In Texas

    On Wednesday, SpaceX received final approval from the FAA to build a launch site near Brownsville, Texas. This clears the way for the company to decide whether or not to build the site there...   More...

  • Aldrin Promotes Apollo 11 Anniversary
    Aldrin Promotes Apollo 11 Anniversary

    Apollo astronaut Buzz Alrdrin participated in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” session Tuesday to highlight the upcoming 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing...   More...

  • Atlantis’ Final Crew Optimistic About Progress Since Final Flight
    Atlantis’ Final Crew Optimistic About Progress Since Final Flight

    Florida Today reported that three years after Atlantis launched on the final shuttle mission, the astronauts on that mission – Chris Ferguson, Doug Hurley, Rex Walheim, and Sandy Magnus...   More...

  • Orbital Sciences to Launch Next ISS Mission 11 July
    Orbital Sciences to Launch Next ISS Mission 11 July

    Orbital Sciences Corporation will launch its Antares rocket and Cygnus cargo spacecraft on its second ISS resupply mission on 11 July...

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  • OCO-2 Launches from Vandenberg
    OCO-2 Launches from Vandenberg

    Following a launch scrub Tuesday due to the failure of a water flow system, a Delta 2 rocket successfully launched NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2)...   More...

  • Retiring Air Force Space Chief Talks RD-180, Deterrence and Sequestration
    Retiring Air Force Space Chief Talks RD-180, Deterrence and Sequestration

    If Gen William L. Shelton decides to tell war stories after his September retirement, those stories are likely to focus on the White House and Congress more than...   More...

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