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Join us and celebrate
all space has brought us
and all it has to offer the future.

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Dancing at the flagship World Space Party in Los Angeles during the very first Yuri’s Night in 2001.

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Join tens of thousands of people around the world this April to dream about where we’re going, explore where we are, and celebrate where we’ve been at Yuri’s Night, the World Space Party.

White Label Space, a Google Lunar X-PRIZE team, celebrates Yuri’s Night in Japan.

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Yuri’s Night events combine art and science in a celebration of human space exploration.

Rocket scientists and rock bands combine at a Yuri's Night party in Boulder, CO

Dancing underneath the Saturn V moon rocket at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL

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The crew of Expedition 27 celebrates Yuri's Night aboard the International Space Station in 2011.
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Kelvin Manning
Associate Director, Kennedy Space Center
Yuri's Night Supporter and 2019 Keynote

Are you ready for Yuri’s Night 2020?

It’s time to party! Or time to start planning one for this April, at least. To sign your event up, simply go to https://yurisnight.net/register and fill in your party name, location, and other details. (You can go back later and change anything you need to.) If you don’t have a Yuri’s Night account, you can create one as part of event registration – it’s quick, easy, and free. Try making it easy by using your Google or Facebook account to log in.

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MOVA Globes presents Yuri’s Night at IAC 2019 on Oct 24

Yuri’s Night Space Dance Party Lands in DC During International Astronautical Congress MOVA Globes presents a one-night-only pop-up interstellar party for conference attendees and locals. Washington, DC – Yuri’s Night, the group known for worldwide space parties around the anniversary of human spaceflight on April 12, is hosting a one-night special event on October 24 in downtown DC to celebrate the arrival of over 3,000 aerospace professionals for the International Astronautical Congress (IAC). The event is presented by MOVA Globes and will feature musical artist STΔRCΔDIΔN from New York, virtual reality (VR) launch experiences from Cosmic Perspective, a crew of Space Ambassadors out mingling, and an array of drinks and bites from local bars and restaurants.

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