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Government Accountability Office released NASA Assessments of Selected Large-Scale Projects What GAO Found GAO assessed 18 NASA projects with a combined life-cycle cost of more

The National Space Society (NSS) was informed that President Obama has requested $18.7 billion for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for Fiscal Year

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

Space Exploration Alliance Blitz is now under way. Requests for congress include 1. Support NASA as it aims for the asteroids, the Moon, Mars and

February 25-27, 2009 U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC As part of an ongoing collaboration, NASA and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (USCC) Space Enterprise

According to the Orlando Sentinel’s article Florida’s space boosters failed to launch, critics say , Florida has spent nearly $50 million on an agency which

Will space be the place for the next major government infrastructure projects? Lincoln built the Transcontinental Railroad. Roosevelt’s New Deal built the Grand Coulee, Hoover

I am presently writing comments on a Space Policy Paper and I was pointing the author to a column written by my father, John G.

George Abbey, Neal Lane and John Muratore wrote Maximizing NASA’s Potential in Flight and on the Ground: Recommendations for the Next Administration for the James

At the Rationale and Goals of the U.S. Civil Space Program meeting Neil DeGrasse Tyson said NASA should get out of Low Earth Orbit (LEO).

The National Space Society and the Space Exploration Alliance are having the 2009 Legislative Blitz February 22-24 in Washington DC. Come to the Capitol and

Note: This is not an National Space Society Initiative The Space Renaissance Initiative is working, together with other pro-space organizations and groups, to organize a

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Partially Successful Flight Reached Space and Demonstrated New “Hot Staging” System The National Space Society congratulates SpaceX on the second test of its Starship/Super Heavy

Ad Astra, the NSS quarterly print, digital, and audio magazine, has won a 2023 MARCOM Gold Award. The awards are given yearly for “Excellence in

By Jennifer Muntz, NSS Member Coordinator On October 10th, an inspiring breakfast event took flight at the Center for Space Education at the Kennedy Space

By Grant Henriksen NSS Policy Committee Benefit sharing is a concept that refers to the distribution of benefits derived from the exploration and use of

People residing and working in space, space settlements, or on long-duration space flights will need to produce infrastructures and food to maintain healthy lifestyles. The

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