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2018 March Storm
March Storm 2018 advanced the 2018 Alliance for Space Development objectives:
- Establish an Ultra Low Cost Access to Space (ULCATS) program based on public-private partnership and streamlined governmental policy and regulations (see DRAFT BILL).
- Ensure a gapless transition from ISS to private space stations in LEO, with NASA assisting with development and serving as an early customer (see DRAFT BILL)
- Enable cis-lunar development through a series of programs, such as:
- A public-private partnership to develop and demonstrate a re-usable lander based in cis-lunar space.
- Setting a price that NASA will pay for commodities (water,etc.) at locations in cis-lunar space.
- Purchasing data gathered by private companies on lunar resources (water, etc.)
Space Policy topics from the NSS Blog:
By Dale Skran, Chair, NSS Policy Committee NSS is one of the sponsors of March Storm, a Washington DC Blitz event supporting a citizens; space agenda. The “talking points” slides for the March 2018 event can be found...read more
By Dale Skran, Chair, NSS Policy Committee NSS is one of the sponsors of March Storm, a Washington DC Blitz event supporting a citizens; space agenda. The "talking points" slides for the March 2018 event can be found here:...read more
Photo: 2018 Texas Blitz team meeting (L to R): John Cook, Congressman Randy Weber, Eric Bowen, David Cheuvront. By Randy Gigante, Texas Blitz Coordinator The Alliance for Space Development was very successful in targeting key Texas Representatives in 2017 as a...read more
Dale Skran, NSS Executive Vice President, was interviewed on April 24, 2018 on the topic of Representative Bridenstine's confirmation as NASA Administrator. He appears near the end of this short video segment. The NSS Press Release on Bridenstine's confirmation can be...read more
National Space Society Congratulates Representative Jim Bridenstine on his Approval as NASA Administrator
The National Space Society (NSS) congratulates Representative Jim Bridenstine (R-OK-1) on his confirmation by the Senate to be the next NASA Administrator. “NSS looks forward to working with Administrator Bridenstine to further the development and settlement of...read more
By Dale Skran, NSS Executive VP and Chair of NSS Policy Committee NSS, the Alliance for Space Development, and the Space Frontier Foundation are sponsoring March Storm 2018, the premier citizen space related Washington visit event. Participants are asked to commit to...read more
On December 11, 2017, President Trump signed Space Policy Directive 1 (SPD1), which called for the United States to "lead the return of humans to the Moon for long-term exploration and utilization" while working with "commercial and international partners." "The...read more
The National Space Society (NSS) congratulates NSS Board of Governors member Dr. Scott Pace on his selection as the Executive Secretary of the National Space Council on July 13th, 2017. Pace is the Director of the Space Policy Institute and Professor of Practice of...read more