Yuri’s Night 2012: The Aerospace and Space Review
April 5, 2012—Come celebrate a great space achievement of the past and help plan great space achievements for the future.
Yuri’s Night is a global celebration of the first flight into space by a human, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. On April 12, 1961, Gagarin did something no one had done before—orbit Earth in his Vostok 1 spaceship.
You can toast Yuri’s success with drinks and snacks in a spectacular space setting, and discuss current and future space exploration possibilities with space experts and enthusiasts.
This year’s theme is The Aerospace and Space Review. The Review’s objective is to produce concrete, fiscally-neutral recommendations on how federal policies and programs can help maximize the competitiveness of Canada’s aerospace and space sectors. This event is an excellent opportunity to discuss how we can keep Canada at the forefront of aerospace and space business and development in the face of growing internation competition.
Join us at the Canadian Museum of Aviation and Space on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 7:00 pm. A cash bar, cold snacks, and fascinating conversation are just a mouse click away.
For more background on The Aerospace and Space Review, check out www.aerospacereview.ca.