XCOR Aerospace announced today
that principals from the company will make presentations at the Space Access
Society’s annual conference, Space Access ’02.
The conference is being held
at the Quality Inn South Mountain in Ahwatukee, AZ, a suburb of Phoenix,
April 25 through 27.
XCOR founders, including Dan DeLong, Chief Engineer, and
Aleta Jackson, Sourcing and Administration, will make presentations on various
aspects of XCOR’s development, the EZ-Rocket, and future plans.

This will be a homecoming for Jackson who grew up in the Phoenix area and
is a former member of the Arizona Space Commission.
Jackson stated, “We are
very pleased to be addressing the Space Access Society on the progress of
We will be able to share an inside view of a rocket engine company from
start up to international recognition.”
According to Jackson, the conference
will always hold special meaning for XCOR since their first major funding
developed as a result of a previous Space Access annual meeting.

The Space Access Society’s purpose is to promote radically cheaper access
to space.
According to the organizers, Space Access ’02 will take place
Thursday evening April 25th, 2002, and all day and evening on Friday the 26th
and Saturday the 27th.
Registration is $100 in advance, $120 at the door and
a $30 student rate at the door only.
More information on the conference can
be found at Space Access Society web site, www.space-access.org / or by
calling 602-431-9283.

XCOR Aerospace is a California corporation located in Mojave, California.
The company is in the business of developing and producing safe, reliable and
re-usable rocket engines.