Goddard Memorial Dinner Keynote

Washington Hilton, Washington, D.C.

Humorous analysis of the feeble state of science literacy in the United States and the consequences to the future of America's economy, security, and future in space. Containing reflections on education, pop culture, international relations, NASA, and religion.

Audience: 1,800 Government, Military, and Space Industry Professionals.

The annual Dr. Robert H. Goddard Memorial Dinner is the major event of the Washington Space Club calendar, first celebrated in 1958. Held each year in late March or early April, near the anniversary of the first successful flight by Dr. Goddard of a liquid-fueled rocket, this black tie event brings together 2,000 members of the government, industry and educational space community.