NSS members, we hope to see you at this exciting event in the Washington,
D.C., area!

On October 24th, please join the National Space Society, in cooperation with
the United States Space Foundation, in kicking off the International Space
Symposium at a breakfast seminar featuring some of the newest space media
companies and entrepreneurs. This event will give attendees an opportunity to
hear from the companies with plans under development to broadcast from space
via the International Space Station and Mir space station. Projects to
commercialize space station data and imagery, as well as NASA archives, will
also be discussed. Learn about the latest developments on media projects in
space.

The following companies have been invited to make presentations:

· MirCorp

· Space Media Inc.

· Discovery.com

· Kodak EyeOnSpace.com

· Dreamtime

This event will provide an excellent opportunity for networking and dialogue
about this new development in space commerce.

The breakfast will take place on Tuesday, October 24, from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00
a.m. at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center, Washington, D.C.
(nearest metro stop: Federal Triangle). The cost is $25.

The International Space Symposium (ISS) will take place at the Ronald Reagan
International Trade Center October 24-26, 2000. This event will feature
government and industry speakers from around the world, panel discussions,
and exhibits addressing a wide range of commercial space topics, including
remote sensing, launch vehicle services, and satellite communications.
Registration for the ISS is separate from the NSS breakfast registration and
is not required for attending the NSS event. For more information on the ISS
program and registration, visit http://www.spacesymposium.org.

Seating is limited: book early to be assured a seat at this “state of the
art” briefing.

To register, visit http://www.nss.org or email NSSHQ@nss.org.

Call 202-543-1900 for more information or fax to 202-546-4189.