At ISPCS, small business leaders consistently say each year that the expertise from the heritage industry members create the collaborative path toward long-term success. Small companies grow into large companies, one success leads to another.
"When creating change, small is good," said Pat Hynes, ISPCS Chair. "Small successes build confidence and skill. Our student experiments made it to space on Tuesday. Two hundred students can say they created hardware that has been to space. ...
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Students at a number of colleges next month will run scientific experiments aboard payloads launched under a program funded by the in part by ISPCS sponsors and attendees, ongoing proof that ISPCS sponsors and attendees have a tangible impact on greater access to space.
"The student launch program is one manifestation of how attendees at our conference make a contribution to getting payloads into space by helping support our educational program," said conference chair Patricia Hynes, ...
REGISTER NOW for the 2nd Annual Student Launch from Spaceport America!
Date: May 4th, 2010
Time: 6:00 am
Staging Times and Locations
North (Truth or Consequences) - 3:30 am - Old IGA Parking Lot
South (Las Cruces) - 2:30 am - Kmart Parking Lot - Highway 70
Please contact Aaron Perez, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details