More top speakers have been added to
the program for the International Space Symposium, set to begin October 24 at
the Reagan International Trade Center in Washington.

Space Foundation officials announced recent speaker confirmations

— Wang Keran, deputy division director, Department of Foreign Affairs,

China National Space Administration

— John Higginbotham, founder/president and managing director, SpaceVest

— Dr. Brian D. Dailey, corporate vice president, Lockheed Martin
Washington Operations

— Lt. Gen. James King, director, National Imaging and Mapping Agency

— Dr. Yin Xing-liang, vice president, China Aerospace Machinery &
Electronics Corporation (CAMEC)

— Walda Roseman, president and CEO, CompassRose International, Inc.

— Ray Kolibaba, vice president, Space Systems, Raytheon Company

— Mike Agostinelli, vice president, Global Satellite Services – IP
Solutions, GE Americom

— Dean Olmstead, director of business development, Astra Societe
Europenne des Satellites (SES)

— Lon Rains, editor, Space News

— Jean-Jacques Dumesnil, director of engineering, EUTELSAT

— Thomas Wonnell, director of finance & CFO, Pratt & Whitney Space
Propulsion & Russian Operations

The international symposium runs October 24-26 and is being conducted by
the Space Foundation in association with the American Astronautical Society.
Leading space agencies, organizations and companies from around the world are
joining the Space Foundation in supporting and sponsoring the Symposium.
Foundation also conducts the acclaimed National Space Symposium annually in
Colorado Springs.

A comprehensive speaker list, program agenda and secure, online
registration are available at
Registration may also
be made by calling the Space Foundation at (US) 719-576-8000 or toll free in
the US and Canada at 1-800-691-4000.