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I went to the SATELLITE 2009 Conference at the convention center in Washington DC. It was interesting to see the other half of the space

Ada Byron Love Lace, born “Ada Byron, the only legitimate child of Lord Byron, was born in December of 1815, and one month later her

U.S. Naval Observatory to Host Open House, 2009 April 4 As Part of IYA 2009 “100 Hours of Astronomy” Program In celebration of the 400th

I attended a half-day symposium on The Space Economy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Friday. The state of the Space economy is good.

I went to the World Space Week Awards Reception last night. It was a really nice event. Honorees included Lori Garver- President Capital Space, William

I went to Inaugural Event of the new Arthur C. Clarke Fellows Endowment of the International Space University. It was a wonderful event, which also

The nation’s most important leaders in energy reform are gathering with T. Boone Pickens at the National Clean Energy Project Summit to tackle the critical

Iridium 33 and Kosmos 2251 collided on February 10th, 480 miles above Siberia. Both satellites were destroyed. The collision produced over 500 pieces of tractable

Spacefest is being held in San Diego this year at the Town and Country resort, from February 19-22. It will be the largest gathering of

  The International Space University, The Arthur C. Clarke Foundation & George Washington University’s Space Policy Institute   Invite You To An Exclusive Director’s Screening

Yuri’s Night 2009 will celebrate  humanity’s achievements in  space with 51 Parties, so far, in 19 countries between April 4th and 12th. Check out the Party

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Image: Artist’s concept of the Blue Moon lander. Credit: Blue Origin. Second Human Landing System Contract Encourages Competition and Innovation The National Space Society congratulates