Director's Screening of the Film "Orphans of Apollo"

 
The International Space University,
The Arthur C. Clarke Foundation
&
George Washington University’s Space Policy Institute
 
Invite You To
An Exclusive Director’s Screening of the Award Winning Film
“Orphans of Apollo”
 

 
Inaugural Event for the New Arthur C. Clarke Fellowship Endowment
Of the International Space University
 
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27, 2009
5:00pm Doors Open
5:30pm Introductions & Film Followed by Director’s Q&A
6:30pm Closing Reception
 
$250 “Event Sponsor” (3 tickets Included)
$100 “Scholarship Booster” (2 tickets Included) 
$25 General Admission    $15 Student 
 
R.S.V.P   [email protected]
 
Jack Morton Auditorium, George Washington University, 805 21st St. N.W.
 
www.orphansofapollo.com
“Join this band of rebels out to change the course of history in space, as they board a private Gulf Stream jet, fly to Russia and negotiate one of the most remarkable business deals of the final frontier. ”
 
Supporting Institutions

American Astronautical Society
Space Frontier Foundation
ISU-USA Alumni Association
Society of Satellite Professionals International
National Space Society
Women In Aerospace
The Progress & Freedom Foundation
 
All gifts to the International Space University are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. A non-deductible cost of $15 per person must be accounted for in reporting this philanthropic gift for those attending the reception.  Donations benefit ISU’s Arthur C. Clarke Fellowship Endowment and General Scholarship Fund and the George Washington University Space Policy Institute Fund for ISU Scholarships.

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