May 9-11, 2022

BOULDER, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Special Aerospace Services, a Human Spaceflight Services leader, will host its fifth Human Spaceflight and Exploration Forum on May 9-11, 2022. Acceptance to attend the SAS HSF Forum is limited, and applicants should make their registration requests immediately.

After a brief hiatus due to the pandemic, the Forum is back and will be held in Boulder, Colorado, and will focus on profitable and sustainable space activities. Notable attendees include multiple commercial Spaceflight providers, NASA, DARPA, and the FAA. Attendees will be part of a lively and critical national strategy and policy discussion regarding what moderator and industry expert Wayne Hale calls “the golden age of human spaceflight.”

The Forum will host recognized and sought-after subject matter experts and keynote speakers from across the space industry. The speakers — including leaders from NASA headquarters, FAA and industry — will provide the thought-provoking messages to ensure worthwhile discussions among all the participants.

The SAS Human Spaceflight and Exploration Forum is held in high regard as an event where leaders in the field can exchange their thoughts about the future course of business and initiatives in space without media or attribution. Unlike other conferences, the SAS Forum is held small to include only significant leaders in the field.

For more information on the Forum, go to the event webpage at:

ABOUT SAS: Special Aerospace Solutions (SAS), a certified woman-owned business started in 2007 with a small team of visionaries and is now a collaborative team of 100+ tenacious specialists, acting as trusted partners to clients in the defense space and civilian markets. SAS’ nimble teams of aerospace, operational, spaceflight safety, systems engineers and R&D experts are connected by their shared mission to further humankind’s dreams in air and space. Together, they are driven to innovate across a full-cycle portfolio that includes tactical engineering support in propulsion, avionics, systems, safety, launch site integration, rapid prototyping, manufacturing, and procurement of mission-critical aerospace hardware. SAS is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, with additional locations in Denver, CO, Huntsville, AL, Cape Canaveral, FL, Houston, TX, and Washington, DC.


For more information, contact:

Jonathan Hantsbarger

Special Aerospace Services