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ISPCS Speaker to Discuss How Collaboration Has Worked on a Major SpaceFlight Project

6 Oct 2011, 13:00 UTC
ISPCS Speaker to Discuss How Collaboration Has Worked on a Major SpaceFlight Project
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Mark Sirangelo, Corporate Vice President of Sierra Nevada Corporation Space Systems, will speak on a panel at ISPCS 2011 on how SNC has collaborated on the company's Dream Chaser spacecraft project with a wide range of other organizations. This panel will offer a unique look into the opportunities and difficulties that can arise from varied partnerships on space ventures. ISPCS 2011 will be held in Las Cruces, NM on October 19-20 during Space Week and registration is available at www.ISPCS.com.

The International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight will be held in Las Cruces, NM on October 19-20.

Las Cruces, NM - Mark Sirangelo, Corporate Vice President of Sierra Nevada Corporation Space Systems, will speak on a panel at ISPCS 2011 on how SNC has collaborated on the company’s Dream Chaser spacecraft project with a wide range of other organizations. This panel will offer a unique look into the opportunities and difficulties that can arise from varied partnerships on space ventures. ISPCS 2011 will be held in Las Cruces, NM on October 19-20 during Space Week and registration is available at www.ISPCS.com.
“We’ve been working on the Dream Chaser project for 7 years. We are now working with ...

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