Monthly Archives: March 2010

Pete Conrad Spirit of Innovation Award Competition Begins

From Monday, March 29th through April 9th, YOU have the opportunity to vote for your favorite high school innovators! 24 of the top high school teams have been designing the future. Its not science fiction. Its where education meets innovation … Continue reading

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SpaceShipTwo makes first captive flight

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo, now dubbed the VSS Enterprise, completed its first flight March 22 — a captive flight while attached to its mother ship, the White Knight Two. This very first captive carry was a huge success and both the … Continue reading

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International Collegiate Solar Power Satellite Design Competition

The International Collegiate Solar Power Satellite Design Competition is open to all undergraduate and graduate students across the globe. This contest puts college students in the shoes of aerospace industry engineers designing a Space-Based Solar Power Satellite which will beam … Continue reading

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National Space Society seeks donated items for auction

We would like your help to acquire items for us to auction at the International Space Development Conference (ISDC) in Chicago this Memorial Day weekend. The auction will be held Saturday night, May 29, and will be a combination live … Continue reading

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Buzz Aldrin "Dances to the Stars"

The National Space Society wishes Apollo 11 astronaut, and NSS Governor, Buzz Aldrin, great success in his latest adventure. As the next installment in his tireless efforts to raise public awareness of and support for the future of our nation’s … Continue reading

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Obama to hold Space Summit April 15

The White House has announced that President Obama will host a conference in Florida on April 15 that is focused on his new space policy. “The president’s ambitious new strategy pushes the frontiers of innovation to set NASA on a … Continue reading

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