“Sold out!”
The Space Foundation has just announced that the nearly 26,000-
sq. ft. exhibit center at the 18th National Space Symposium is sold
out. The Boeing Company is sponsoring the center, which
includes more than 80 space companies showcasing the latest
aerospace technologies and services.

Known as the only conference in the space industry which fully
integrates the civil, national security and commercial space
sectors, the National Space Symposium takes place April 8-11 in
Colorado Springs. The Boeing Exhibit Center officially opens
during a special reception on April 8, sponsored by the Eastman
Kodak Company. The reception follows the Opening Ceremony,
sponsored this year by Lockheed Martin.

Exhibiting companies include Aerojet, The Aerospace Corporation,
Air Force Research Lab, Air Force Space Command, Analex
Corporation, Analytical Graphics, Arianespace, Inc., Astrium, ATK
Thiokol Propulsion, BAE Systems, Ball Aerospace, The Boeing
Co., Booz Allen & Hamilton, CMC Electronics Cincinnati, Eastman
Kodak Company, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), General
Dynamics (formerly Motorola), Harris Corporation, Honeywell, ITT
Industries, Joint National Integration Center (JNIC), Lockheed
Martin, Naval Research Laboratory, Network Appliance, NIMA,
NOAA – NESDIS, Northrop Grumman, Orbital Science, Raytheon,
Space.com, ¨©¤dtrum Astro, Swales Aerospace, Titan Systems
Corporation, TRW, TRW SBIRS Team One, United Space Alliance
and Veridian. For a complete list of exhibitors, sponsors, speakers
and on-line registration visit http://www.spacesymposium.org or call the
Space Foundation at 1-800-691-4000.

The Space Foundation is a national non-profit organization
advancing space awareness and education. In addition to the
National Space Symposium, the Foundation conducts the
International Space Symposium, scheduled to take place in
Toulouse, France on September 10-13, 2002.