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Space Frontier Foundation Says: “Space Launch Initiative Program (SLIP): Fix It or Kill It”

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Los Angeles, CA, February 8, 2001 – As the 101st Space Shuttle flight launched into space, the Space Frontier Foundation called for the U.S. government to fix NASA’s deeply flawed $5 billion Space Launch Initiative Program (“SLIP”), or cancel it altogether. Touted as a way to dramatically lower future launch costs, the Foundation sees SLIP…

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Space Frontier Foundation Calls for an End to Political Control of Access to Space

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Los Angeles, CA, February 14, 2001 – The Space Frontier Foundation called on NASA and its international partners to stop using politics as the primary selection criteria for determining who goes into space. Responding to comments by ISS partners and members of Congress, the Foundation believes that the debate over California businessman Dennis Tito’s possible…

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Space Frontier Foundation Congratulates NASA, Russian Space Agency on Opening of International Space Station – Calls for New Management

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Los Angeles, CA, November 1, 2000 – The Space Frontier Foundation congratulated NASA and the Russian Aerospace Agency today for the launch of the first crew to the International Space Station (ISS), and called for an international commission to be formed to begin moving the station out of NASA’s control, and into the private sector….

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Congressional Candidate Speaks Out at Space Frontier Conference

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Los Angeles, CA, October 10, 2000 – Actor and congressional candidate Jerry Doyle, who starred as “Michael Garibaldi” on the hit television series, Babylon 5, will address attendees of the Space Frontier Foundation’s ninth annual conference on Saturday, October 21, at the Marriott/Manhattan Beach in Los Angeles, CA. Doyle, Republican candidate for representative from California’s…

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