Change is Coming to NASA Space Launch

March 19, 2010

Change is coming to the US space program. At last! Real, dramatic and tangible change in both its effect and the course it will create in this nation’s future in space. It is long past time for us to try something different, as what we have been doing in our human space program since Apollo has been a failure of epic proportions.

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CATS – A National Security Imperative

August 4, 2015

The Space Frontier Foundation caught up with Charles E. Miller to talk about the key to humanity’s future in space, depicted in movies like Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar”, aka CATS (Cheap Access to Space). Charles is the president of NexGen Space LLC, co-founder of Nanoracks, former NASA Senior Advisor for Commercial Space, former CEO of Constellation […]

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LISTEN LIVE: Hannah Kerner Reflects on the Space Destination Debate

August 3, 2015

Time: Tuesday, 8/4 at 9:30am PDT Where: Click here to listen live! Topic: The Moon, Mars? Hannah Discusses the Space Destination Debate. Spokesperson: Hannah Kerner is the Executive Director of the Space Frontier Foundation, Chair of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) and Chair of the NewSpace Conference. Hannah serves as an embedded software engineer for […]

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Press Release: Private Space Stations to Be Built Within 10 Years, Eastern-Western Tensions Will Not Spark New Space Race, Says New Survey

July 23, 2015

Private Space Stations to be Built Within 10 Years, Eastern-Western Tensions will Not Spark New Space Race, Says New Survey SILICON VALLEY, Calif., July 23, 2015 – Private space stations will be constructed within the next 10 years and escalating tensions between China, Russia and the United States will not result in a new space […]

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Press Release: NASA-Funded Study Reduces Cost of Human Missions to Moon and Mars by Factor of 10

July 20, 2015

NASA-Funded Study Reduces Cost of Human Missions to Moon and Mars by Factor of 10 WASHINGTON, July 20, 2015 – The National Space Society (NSS) and Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) today announced their support for NASA’s funding of the newly released NexGen Space study, illustrating how to cut the cost of human space exploration by a factor […]

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VIDEO: NewSpace 2015 via ABC News

July 17, 2015
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Press Release: NewSpace Conference to Land in Seattle in 2016

July 17, 2015

Next Private Space Industry Conference, NewSpace, to Land in Seattle in 2016 SILICON VALLEY, Calif. & SEATTLE, July 17, 2015 – The Space Frontier Foundation, the Washington State Space Coalition and the Washington State Department of Commerce, announced today that the annual NewSpace conference, previously held in Silicon Valley for the past nine years, will […]

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Join the Home District August Blitz

July 15, 2015

NSS/SFF August 2015 Home District Legislative Blitz August – Sign Up Now! Engage your congressperson in the space conversation by visiting their office in August. The Space Frontier Foundation is partnering with the National Space Society to organize the August “home district” blitz. In August, when Congress is in recess, members are most likely to be in […]

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NewSpace News #122 – July 2015

June 30, 2015

OneWeb Ltd. & Airbus Defense announced a partnership ● UrTheCast announced plans to acquire Elecnor Deimos’ Earth Observation ● XCOR has selected Matrix Composites Inc. to construct the chine panels for their Lynx spacecraft ● BlackSky Global plans to image 95% of the globe in high resolution

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Press Release: “The Martian” Author to Speak at NewSpace 2015

June 30, 2015

“The Martian” Author, Andy Weir, to Speak at NewSpace 2015 Awards Gala This July SILICON VALLEY, Calif. (PRWEB) June 30, 2015 – The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) will host its 10th annual NewSpace conference in San Jose, Calif., this July, where author Andy Weir will accept the “Best Presentation of Space” award for his New York […]

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Statement on Falcon 9 Loss with High Hopes for Spaceflight

June 28, 2015

Statement: Space Frontier Foundation Expresses Condolences on Falcon 9 Loss, High Hopes for Spaceflight SILICON VALLEY, CALIF. – Following today’s anomaly that caused SpaceX’s unmanned Falcon 9 ISS resupply mission to fail, the Space Frontier Foundation and the NewSpace community urges the SpaceX team and the public to continue to drive commercial spaceflight forward backed […]

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