NSS Thanks Backers for Reaching Minimum Goal in “Our Future in Space” Kickstarter Campaign — But don't stop! Keep backing until February 16!

Robert Heinlein, the famous science fiction author, said “Once you reach orbit, you’re halfway to anywhere in the solar system.” Well, our campaign has now made it into orbit – but we don’t want to stay there – we are reaching for the stars.

With additional backing we would create gorgeous trailers for our video that would facilitate better marketing. We would provide DVDs of our videos to everyone in Congress and to the Governors of all 50 states. We would make supplemental videos: Moon 101, Space Spinoffs, Dangers of Space Debris, and Mining the Moon – to name a few. We would distribute DVDs to hundreds of schools across the United States.

The campaign can be accessed at our Kickstarter web page. It not only provides an opportunity to help fund and support the film’s development, but also to use the completed video to help promote the Society’s mission.

“We’re very excited to be undertaking this video project,” noted Paul E. Damphousse, NSS Executive Director. “It’s a chance to create media that accurately and compellingly conveys why the space industry is so important for the U.S. and the world.”

NSS has gathered a stellar team of creative experts to bring the video to life, including Oscar-nominated producer Jeffrey Marvin. Members of the team have worked with some of the biggest stars in film and TV in both the U.S. and Europe, and have a history of space-themed movie creation.

At a time when so many are uncertain about our space future, “Our Future in Space” will show how the work of NASA and private industry can lead to a more prosperous future for the United States and the world. Drawing from decades of research and the latest film-making technology, the final product will present a compelling and motivating glimpse of what should be.

Here are the steps you can take to support this campaign:

1. Become a “Backer” — visit the Kickstarter web page to pledge your support;

2. Spread the Word through Social Media — share your support across all of your social media accounts;

3. Email Everyone on Your Contact List — ask everyone you know to participate; and

4. Engage Your NSS Chapter and/or Other Organizations — there’s strength in numbers — bring in group support.

Note that this shorter URL can also be used to access the NSS Kickstarter web page:

tinyurl.com/nsskickstart

We have the potential to reach thousands of new people through this campaign and the successful production and distribution of this film. We know we can count on you to help and we thank you for your support in making “Our Future in Space” a reality!

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