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The National Space Society (NSS) is an independent, nonpartisan, educational, grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to the creation of a spacefaring civilization. The National Space Society is the preeminent citizen’s voice on space exploration, development, and settlement. The NSS publishes The Award Winning adAstra Magazine.

International Space Development Conference (ISDC)

In Los Angeles at the Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel
Thursday, May 23rd to Sunday, May 26th, 2024

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*APR=Annual Percentage Rate. 9.9% APR is only available to qualified members on balance transfers made within 90-days after account opening. Balance transfers made after that time would be made at the standard Balance Transfer APR (14.65%-17.99%). Minimum transfer amount is $500. Balance transfers must be from another financial institution and cannot be from any NASA Federal credit card. The total transferred may not exceed your available credit card limit. There are no balance transfer fees. Purchase APR (14.65%-17.99%). Cash Advance APR (16.65%-18%). All APRs are based on creditworthiness and will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate. We may end your Introductory APR for balance transfers and apply the prevailing non-introductory APR if you are 60 days late in making a payment. Cash advance fee: 3% of the advance ($5 minimum). Rates as of February 1, 2024 and are subject to change. Eligibility and Membership in NASA FCU required. All offers subject to credit approval.

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NSS Blog

The National Space Society invites you to the next Space Forum Thursday, June 20, 2024, 9:00 pm to 10:15 pm EDT Wally Funk: Higher, Faster,

The Pioneering Physicist and Caltech Faculty Member Was the Project Scientist for the Voyager Program for 50 Years The National Space Society mourns the passing

Two new books shed light on the vulnerability of space launches to technology and human decision-making. Challenger: A True Story of Heroism and Disaster on

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