A 37-panel NASA art exhibit
titled “America’s Space Program Through Artists’ Eyes” will
illuminate the exhibit center at the International Space Symposium,
scheduled September 10-13 at the Centre De Congrès Pierre-
Baudis in Toulouse. The exhibit honors the recent 40th anniversary
of the founding of Kennedy Space Center on July 1, 1962.

The series will be displayed at NASA’s exhibit booth for the duration
of the space symposium. The exhibit, which includes copies of
original works of art prepared by renowned artists in honor of
America’s Space Program, features images of the Mercury, Gemini,
and Apollo Projects; the Space Shuttle Program; International
Space Station; and Deep Space.

The Space Foundation conducts the International Space
Symposium in association with Space News and more than 30
participating agencies and supporting organizations. The Centre
National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) is the host national space
agency for this year’s symposium.

The International Space Symposium also features keynote speakers
and plenary sessions with discussions based on the $100 billion
global space industry; an astounding opening ceremony sponsored
by CNES, Astrium and Alcatel Space at the Cite de l’Espace; a
special reception hosted by the mayor of Toulouse at Le Capitole;
and numerous networking opportunities.

For a comprehensive speaker list, program agenda, registration,
sponsorship and exhibit opportunities visit
www.spacesymposium.org, or call (US) 719-576-8000.