Press Release

Space Needs You! Congress getting ready to pass NASA’s budget!

By SpaceRef Editor
June 2, 2007
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Space Needs You! Congress getting ready to pass NASA’s budget!

WASHINGTON, DC: In 2004, a group of citizen from around the country gathered in Washington DC to go to over 200 congressional offices in support of the Vision for Space Exploration. This group was part of the Space Exploration Alliance that represents over 100,000 space advocates. The Vision is now in danger and needs your help. We will be going to the Hill just a few days before the final budget is out of the appropriations committee. Our appearance and show of support for the Vision is critical to make sure that NASA does not have a budget cut.

We currently have over 100 meetings scheduled with congressional staff members and need your support to help us meet with as many more as possible. Please join us to make sure that the Vision is full funded and NASA continues its efforts to reach Moon, Mars and Beyond.

The schedule for the event will be a training session on Sunday, June 10 at the Best Western Pentagon City and meetings with congressional members and staff on June 11 and 12.

We need your help to make sure America’s space future is secure for generations to come. Please register now. You can also click here to visit the Blitz website

About the National Space Society

The National Space Society (NSS) is an independent, grassroots organization dedicated to the creation of a spacefaring civilization. Founded in 1974, NSS is widely acknowledged as the preeminent citizen’s voice on space. NSS counts thousands of members and over 50 chapters in the United States and around the world. The society also produces the annual International Space Development Conference, held this year May 24-28 in Dallas. For more information on the conference, the Congressional education event, or the society, please visit:

About the Space Exploration Alliance

The Space Exploration Alliance is an unprecedented partnership of the nation’s premier non-profit space organizations with a combined membership of more than 100,000 people throughout the United States.

The nation’s premier non-profit space organizations will work together to communicate to the American public and elected officials that the Vision for Space Exploration is a compelling national priority that is technically and fiscally achievable, will inspire the nation’s youth and the public, reinvigorate the traditional aerospace workforce and industrial base, and foster job-creating entrepreneurial activity across the entire economy.

National Space Society
Brett Silcox
Associate Director
phone: (202) 429-1600

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