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A Small Announcement May Have Large Consequences for Space Development The National Space Society (NSS) enthusiastically supports NASA’s September 10 announcement to purchase Moon rocks from commercial companies. As part of its Artemis lunar program, NASA will pay a...
By Grant Haas, NSS Legal Fellow Is commercial space travel just for the wealthy? Aren’t private equity firms jumping at the chance to invest in the first mainstream commercial space travel venue? There’s good news! Commercial space travel is not just for the wealthy....
The National Space Society Urges Swift Confirmation of Dr. Greg Autry as NASA Chief Financial Officer
The National Space Society looks forward to the swift confirmation of Dr. Greg Autry as the incoming Chief Financial Officer of NASA. Dr. Autry’s hands-on style of engagement as the Vice President of Space Development for NSS, as well as his important role as the...
Archaeology and spaceflight are two things most people rarely ever mention in the same sentence. One is associated with excavating the ground below to learn about humanity’s past. The other involves reaching beyond the sky for a better human future. Nothing in common, right? Not if you read Dr. Alice Gorman’s book.
The Shiva Encounter is a sequel to Cook’s Arcadia Mars and The Aquila Mission. Shiva is a one-hundred kilometer asteroid with a one in fifty probability of striking Earth during the year 2079. The story is about how some Martian colonists intend to save the day. Presumably, a future book will show if humanity succeeded in diverting the asteroid. In addition, there is an extraterrestrial artifact apparently connected to the fate of humanity.
The National Space Society (NSS) is pleased to announce the creation of the NSS Legal Fellows program, an unprecedented opportunity for exceptional law students with a passion for space and international law. The mission of the NSS Legal Fellows program is to provide...
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