Monthly Archives: January 2009

New Article About the Return to the Moon in AEROSPACE AMERICA

Return to the Moon discusses science on, from and of the Moon.

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Obama's NASA Picks

Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Scott Gration is reportedly favored to be nominated as the next NASA Administrator according to MSNBC.  His space experience was as White House Fellow working for Hans Mark. He has military experience. But his biggest credential is … Continue reading

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NASA – Giant Rockets Could Revolutionize Astronomy

Giant Rockets Could Revolutionize Astronomy

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Vote for NASA Administrator

Check out http://obamanasa.uservoice.com/ to vote nominate and comment on other peoples choices.  Obama will most likely appoint a new NASA Administrator. Who would you like to see as the next NASA Administrator? NSS Executive Director George Whitesides has been nominated and is running … Continue reading

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My Day with Buzz Aldrin

Today, I attended the Committee on Rationale and Goals of U.S. Civil Space Program meeting in Washington DC.   Dr. Buzz Aldrin was testifying, (member of the National Space Society Board of Governors).  He made it very entertaining. First, Neil DeGrasse … Continue reading

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Who is Karen Shea?

I am, Karen Cramer Shea.  I have been around the Space Movement in many different capacites for my entire life.  The first party I helped host, at two months of age, was Dr. Joseph P. Allen’s going away party when … Continue reading

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Guidelines for the National Space Society Blog

All posts and comments are to be related to the creation of a spacefaring civilization and relevant technological developments, NSS, or respectful posts about prominent individuals related to NSS or the larger space development field. Promoting unity within the space development field … Continue reading

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Citizen's Briefing Book

Check out the Citizen’s Briefing Book on Change.gov http://citizensbriefingbook.change.gov/home Share your ideas on any issue facing the new administration, then rate or comment on other ideas. The best rated ideas will rise to the top — and be gathered into … Continue reading

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Space Solar Power (SSP) – A Solution for Energy Independence and Climate Change

There is an interesting discussion going on at change.gov about using space solar power as a means of achieving energy independence in an environmentally friendly away.  There is also a one page PDF white paper that can be downloaded but … Continue reading

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Welcome to the National Space Society Blog

Welcome to the National Space Society Blog. The purpose of this blog is to engage in a public dialog on the importance of space development and exploration for humanity’s future.   It is the mission of the  National Space Society … Continue reading

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