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The Commerce of Small Satellites Conference Launches Soon


Thursday, Jul. 31, 2014


logo for the Small Satellite Conference

It’s the 28th year for the AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites, and participants will soon descend on Cache Valley and at Utah State University. The conference brings participants from around the world to campus.

 

The gathering includes a pre-conference workshop on CubeSat development to be held Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 2-3. Regular sessions begin Aug. 4 with a variety of workshop presentations and exhibitions. The conference’s keynote speaker is Steve Jurvetson, a successful space industry investor and a partner of Draper Fisher Jurvetson.

 

All conference sessions are limited to registrants.

 

For general information, contact Marianne Sidwell, conference administrator, (435) 713-3119, marianne.sidwell@usurf.usu.edu. For media inquiries, contact Eric Warren, (435) 713-3054, eric.warren@usurf.usu.edu.

 

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