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Leadership Training for Commercial Space Executives

October 9, 2014

Leadership Training for Commercial Space Executives A Unique Opportunity to Support the Space Frontier Foundation While Furthering Your Career and Education Silicon Valley, CA - The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) is pleased to announce its partnership with the upcoming Commercial Space Executive Leadership Training Course, scheduled to begin on October 20th 2014. This innovate online course will […]

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NASA Selects Commercial Crew Winners – Foundation Dreams are Becoming America’s Space Vehicles!

September 17, 2014

NASA Selects Commercial Crew Winners – Foundation Dreams are Becoming America’s Space Vehicles! 20 Year Battle to Secure Commercial Transport to ISS Results in Boeing and SpaceX Contracts   (Kennedy Space Center, FL)  The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) congratulated Boeing and SpaceX on their selection as the next U.S. human spaceflight providers, and declared victory […]

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Experimental Spaceplane (XS-1) Commercialization Workshop

September 2, 2014

Experimental Spaceplane (XS-1) Commercialization Workshop Co-hosted by Space Frontier Foundation and FAA/AST 15 September, 2014 (Conveniently timed the day before COMSTAC meetings) WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF), in partnership with the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation, is hosting a workshop to collect data and conduct analysis on issues related to the transition strategy […]

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CubeCab wins 2014 Lightning Pitch Competition and $20,000 Grand Prize

July 28, 2014

Cubecab has won first place and $20,000 in the 2014 NewSpace Lightning Pitch Competition!  The award was presented on Thursday by competition Project Manager, Tom Olson and by Jim Armor, VP, Strategy and Business Development, representing ATK, a long-time NewSpace BPC sponsor. The NewSpace Business Plan Competition, in collaboration with its sponsors  (ATK,  Heinlein Prize Trust and the Space Frontier Foundation) are excited […]

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Senate Attempting to Kill Commercial Spaceflight

June 13, 2014

Senate Attempting to Kill Commercial Spaceflight Call Your Representatives Now to Demand Cheap Access to Space Silicon Valley, CA - The Space Frontier Foundation calls upon Americans to stop efforts by US Senator Richard Shelby (R, AL) to critically damage the emerging commercial spaceflight industry. The Senate FY 15 budget proposals calls for excessive and costly bureaucratic […]

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2014 Lightning Pitch Competitors Announced

June 12, 2014

2014 Lightning Pitch Competitors Announced The NewSpace Business Plan Competition, in collaboration with its sponsors (The Space Frontier Foundation, ATK, and Heinlein Prize Trust) are excited to announce the competitors for this years’ unique program, the 2014 Lightning Pitch Competition.  Competitors are listed below, in alphabetical order. This years’ Lightning Pitch Competition is a novel […]

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The Settlement Enabling Test

March 18, 2014

The Space Frontier Foundation Releases a New Metric for Crafting Space Policy   Washington, DC – The Space Frontier Foundation is pleased to announce the creation of a new tool, the Settlement Enabling Test. This tool acknowledges that our fundamental goal in space exploration is large scale space settlement, and provides a way to determine […]

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A New Generation Takes the Lead at the Space Frontier Foundation

February 12, 2014

Board Announces Retirement of co-Founder Bob Werb and Election of Space Entrepreneur Jeff Feige as Chairman The Board of Directors of the Space Frontier Foundation announced today that Bob Werb, Co-Founder and long-time Chairman of the Board, has retired from the position, and that they have unanimously elected space entrepreneur Jeff Feige to take over […]

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M.A.R.S. Bound

December 11, 2013

Student Experiment Headed to the ISS on Antares Rocket When Amy McCormick’s class developed their science experiment studying Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), they could only dream of flying it to space. Their experiment won the Teachers In Space annual spaceflight contest and later this month, their dream will become a reality when it launches to […]

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Sustainability Is Not An Option

October 29, 2013

Space Frontier Foundation Laments $1.2 Billion J-2X Dead End Nyack, NY – The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) is distressed by the announcement that the J-2X Engine will never fly. NASA has numerous projects running on tight budgets that could have used the now-vaporized resources spent on J-2X. The engine was developed under NASA’s now-defunct Constellation […]

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