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Focusing on Safety for Civil Space

Huntsville, Alabama

Greater Huntsville Section of the AIAA

After careful consideration and deliberation of circumstances beyond our control, we will be postponing the Civil Space 2015 Symposium until later this year. We will post new dates as soon as they are confirmed.

We have an agenda full of distinguished industry leaders and top professionals poised and ready to discuss commercial space from a crew and cargo safety perspective. We do not anticipate major changes to our current agenda, although it is subject to our speakers’ availability.

What if I have registered?

You should receive a letter, and we will, of course, issue full refunds for your conference (and reception) registrations.

This conference provides a unique focus on civil (inclusive of commercial) space access and orbital solutions, challenges, mission assurance, safety, policy, global competition, and vision. Our invited speakers and panel members will present expert analyses on current and future civil space issues fostering discussion among the government and industry representatives. This conference is unique in that the focus is not on exploration, but on Earth orbital concerns and solutions. Our theme for 2015 is Safety. You will hear about lessons learned from our history and new ideas for our emerging systems from industry, NASA and the FAA.

Why Attend?
  • Meet with government and industry leaders to discuss the risks and challenges of civil space focused on safety for access, crew and cargo for Near Earth missions
  • Network and discuss ideas with your current and future colleagues, partners and employers in industry and government
  • Hear expert analyses on global competition
  • Discuss crew training challenges, planned efforts, and certifications
Who Should Attend?
  • Industry Executives
  • Government and Military Officials
  • Program Managers
  • Business Developers
  • Engineer, Scientists, and Researchers
  • Consultants
  • Press/Media
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