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NASA and the Rise of Commercial Space: A Symposium to Examine the Meaning(s) and Context(s) of Commercial Space Wednesday - March 17, 2021 – Friday, March 19, 2021 Final Session: March 25, 2021 From activities in low-Earth orbit to the Artemis program, the commercial...
By Jessica Berger, NSS Legal Fellow Pollution isn’t the first thing people usually think of when they are talking about space exploration and development. But truth be told, there is a lot of trash circling the Earth. Currently there are around 1800 operative...
This Space Available, By Emily Carney. On February 19th, Apple TV’s For All Mankind debuted its second season, and catches up with the women characters we’ve gotten to know during the show’s first season. In the new episodes of FAMK, its cadre of women move from support roles to the main stage – all experiencing, but yet not quite expressing deep emotional and/or physical pain as the events of the 1980s unfold. Note: this piece contains spoilers of For All Mankind Season 1, and the first two episodes of Season 2.
You are Invited to the National Space Society Space Forum Thursday, February 25, 2021, 9:00 to 10:15 PM EST SPACE SETTLEMENT PERSPECTIVES Featuring two presentations: GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION IN SPACE with Jim Crisafulli, and HOW TO DESIGN A...
The National Space Society urges the rapid selection of a dynamic new NASA administrator to replace Jim Bridenstine. NASA is currently engaged in many important initiatives, including a transition to commercial Low Earth Orbit (LEO) space stations, Commercial Lunar...
A historical account of the development of early American rocket planes and their use to investigate the near orbital environment. I would recommend this book to those interested in the history of space technology.
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