Space Tech Expo USA 2020

Space Tech Expo USA 2020 Space Tech Expo USA 2020
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    Gordon McHattie
    Smarter Shows Ltd, Second Floor, 79/83 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1ZA, UK
    phone: +1 855 436 8683

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    Space Tech, Exhibition

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United States
Long Beach, CA

Space Tech Expo & Conference is the leading showcase of space-related technologies and innovations from systems and sub-systems, components, testing and manufacturing technologies for civil, military and commercial space applications.

About Space Tech Expo USA

The West Coast's premier space event returns to California for two days of knowledge sharing and networking alongside the largest supply chain exhibition of its kind, May 18-20, 2020.

With capabilities ranging from cryogenics, laser systems, materials, nanotechnology, imaging, environmental test, motion simulation, magnetics, capacitors, spacewire, NDT and connectors through electroforming, engineering services, precision machining, 3D printers, ground systems, mission management and reconnaissance satellites, Space Tech Expo 2020 will bring a multitude of networking opportunities through focused receptions and events for attendees and exhibitors throughout the commercial, civil and military space supply chain. 


“It's been an excellent show, we've been very busy. Next year we'll come back, because I found it very helpful as far as the number of businesses that we've met here, both large and small - but mainly working with the small businesses - a lot of innovation, a lot of good companies”

Robert Medina, NASA Armstrong Small Business Specialist, NASA 

About Space Tech Conference

Running alongside the exhibition, Space Tech Conference provides two insight-packed days to help commercial, military, government and academic organizations navigate the opportunities and challenges of  doing business in an increasingly complex landscape.

Previous speaking companies have included: SpaceX, NASA, Virgin Orbit, Boeing, Moon Express, Blue Origin, Space and Missile Systems Center, ESA and Airbus.

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