National Space Symposium & Space Access 2009: yet more to come

by | Apr 5, 2009 | Seradata News | 0 comments

Hyperbola will be flying back to the UK on Sunday 5 April. Expect more video and audio and even some powerpoint presentations from the 25th National Space Symposium and the Space Access Society 2009 conference that were held over the past week

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