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The Space Solar power track at the ISDC took place on Friday afternoon and Sunday morning with John Mankins receiving an award and making a

I have had a great time at the ISDC.  The Space Ambassadors Reception and Fireworks on Thursday Partying until I get kicked out of the

Hey space fans, Ian Murphy reporting again from ISDC 2009 through the NSS blog. First off, sorry for not getting this out sooner.  I was

Got this from Will after his speech (IM)… 28th May 2009:  Virgin Galactic today announces the successful completion of the first phase of tests of

Ian Murphy reporting from the ISDC registration room… Registration is in full swing, the bags look great (still can’t add photos sorry) the volunteers shirt

Hey all you space fans.  Official ISDC troublemaker Ian Murphy here .  Tim Bailey gave me the keys to the ISDC blog so I am

The Space Show Aired on May 3rd, 2009 Guests: Mark Hopkins and Tim Bailey. Topics: ISDC 2009, NSS, space solar power, continuing education credits. Mark

The Sunday, May 3, 2009, 12-1:30 PM PDT show welcomes back Mark Hopkins of the National Space Society. Mark will be discussing the upcoming ISDC

Speakers Buzz Aldrin- Lunar module pilot for Apollo 11 and former Chairman of the NSS Board of Governors Elon Musk -Co-founder of PayPal and Space

Dear Space Ambassador Program Participants We need your presence at the National Space Society International Space Development Conference (ISDC) 2009, in Orlando, Florida on May

The National Space Society’s International Space Development Conference is looking for ideas. Suggestions can be either for the program or the conference as a whole. 

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