NewSpace

The Kennedy Legacy in Space

December 18, 2009

When President Kennedy declared in 1962 that “We choose to go to the moon in this decade,” he could not possibly have known that our desire to recapture the lost glories of the Apollo years would put us in a holding pattern, repeating the same mistakes over and over, like a broken record, well into the 21st century. His speech was followed by seven years of breakthroughs—and 40 years of decline.

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We Need Your Money; We Need Your Time

November 30, 2009

The Space Frontier Foundation is an incubator for people, organizations, and ideas.

By giving responsibility to talented young people, we help them prove themselves and learn skills they need to pursue careers advancing NewSpace. Former key volunteers are now working throughout the NewSpace community, in commercial space, and in government leadership positions.

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Space Frontier Foundation Announces NewSpace 2009 Silent Auction

July 12, 2009

Throughout the NewSpace 2009  Conference, the Space Frontier Foundation will be hosting a NewSpace Silent Auction & Raffle. Items for auction fall into two classifications: Gold and Blue. Gold items are unique and available only to our community and are in the silent auction format. “Bid registers” will be located near the item and bids […]

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Speaker List Revealed for NewSpace 2009 Conference

July 1, 2009

The Space Frontier Foundation is proud to announce the list of speakers presenting at the NewSpace 2009 Conference. Industry leaders and visionaries will cover topics focusing on future space ventures on Saturday, incorporating the corporate side of the Newspace industry on Sunday, and envisioning our next giant leaps on Monday. The speakers will culminate the […]

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Space Frontier Foundation and Heinlein Trust Announce $5,000 NewSpace Business Plan Prize

April 23, 2009

Nyack, NY, April, 23 2009 – The Space Frontier Foundation will host a business plan competition during its NewSpace 2009 Conference at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, July 17-20, to help entrepreneurs creating NewSpace startup firms. Finalists will present their plans to a distinguished panel of judges featuring venture capitalists and angel investors, […]

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Don't Flush the 'Colbert!'

April 8, 2009

Space Frontier Foundation Urges NASA to Respect Popular Vote on New Name for Space Station Waste Recycling Module The Space Frontier Foundation urged NASA to respect the results of a nationwide contest to name a new waste re-cycling module for the International Space Station (ISS). The Foundation proposed using either the first or second place […]

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