Roger Launius, Chief Historian of NASA, noticed us about a symposium, being planned at the American University in Washington, D.C., for March 25, 1999.
SPACE EXPLORATION AT THE MILLENNIUM
In Remembrance of Carl Sagan
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1999 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON, DC
The symposium is free and open to the public, but seating is limited.
To help ensure your space, please register promptly at:
NASA, Aerojet, American Airlines, American Astronautical Society, American University, D.C. Space Grant Consortium, Lockheed Martin, and more than two dozen co-sponsoring organizations
Buzz Aldrin, Richard Berendzen, Avery Brooks, Yvonne Cagle, Andrew Chaikin, Franklin Chang-Diaz, Hugh Downs, Ann Druyan, Timothy Ferris, Louis Friedman, John Glenn (invited), Dan Goldin, Don Herbert, Ted Koppel (barring a media emergency), John Logsdon, Howard McCurdy, Bill Nye, Fred Ordway, Ned Potter, Kim Stanley Robinson, Donna Shirley, Edward Stone, Kathy Sullivan, and Jill Tarter
This symposium--held in the nation's capitol at the end of the century -- presents key figures of 20th century creativity and achievement. It will offer a retrospective on one of this century's crowning accomplishments the genesis of space exploration -- and it will consider its future. The symposium will include panel discussions, numerous exhibits and displays, and small session meetings with some panelists.