45th Space Congress Set Feb. 27 To March 1 at Radisson Resort In Cape Canaveral

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The 45th Space Congress will be held Feb. 27 through March 1 at the Radisson Resort at the Port, located at 8701 Astronaut Boulevard in Cape Canaveral.

BREVARD COUNTY • CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – The 45th Space Congress will be held Feb. 27 through March 1 at the Radisson Resort at the Port, located at 8701 Astronaut Boulevard in Cape Canaveral.

The 45th Space Congress will celebrate the achievements in space technology and discuss the future with events starting each day at 7:30 a.m.

“We have lots of great topics that will be covered during the three days,” said Alexis Creedy, 45th Space Congress planning committee secretary and media assistant.

“The talks are all focused on the future of the space industry, not just here on the Space Coast, but across the country and around the world. Some topics include ISS Utilization, International Exploration Programs, and University Innovation Programs- to name just a few.”

The three-day event features panels and discussions.

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At the Feb. 28 reception and evening banquet, Maj. Gen Charles Bolden, Jr, a former NASA Astronaut and 12th administrator will discuss Current Challenges and Future Roles of Governments in Leading Space Exploration, Research and Technology.

The event’s theme is “The Next Great Steps,” where panelists will look to the future of space technology, engineering, and exploration.

In addition to discussion panels, there will also be an exhibit hall open to the public at no charge, Ms. Creedy said.

“There, conference attendees and all space enthusiasts will be able to chat with companies that are providing crucial support and technology to the space industry,” said Creedy.

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