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Coalition for Space Exploration Statement on CJS Appropriations Bill

June 11th, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition for Space Exploration is grateful for the strong bipartisan leadership demonstrated by Chairman Shelby and Vice-Chairwoman Mikulski in support of our nation’s space exploration program in the FY 2016 Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations bill advanced by the committee today. The emphasis and priority placed on the exploration systems and space science missions that […]

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Coalition for Space Exploration Statement on the NASA Authorization Bill

April 29th, 2015

Coalition for Space Exploration Statement on the NASA Authorization Bill   WASHINGTON, D.C. – We appreciate the House Science, Space and Technology Committee in advancing an update to the 2010 NASA Authorization Act this session.   This bill reaffirms longstanding congressional support for NASA’s Exploration Program, including the world’s only super heavy exploration rocket, the […]

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Statement on CJS Appropriations Bill

April 29th, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition for Space Exploration is grateful for the strong bipartisan leadership demonstrated by Chairman Shelby and Vice-Chairwoman Mikulski in support of our nation’s space exploration program in the FY 2016 Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations bill advanced by the committee today.

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Asteroid Exploration

Asteroid Drama Prompts Disaster Concerns

February 18th, 2013

The skies have spoken, and their message was one of concern. Early Friday, while people around the world watched and waited for an asteroid half the size of a football field, 2012 DA14, to skim by the Earth between the orbits of communications and navigational satellites, a smaller undetected asteroid fragment exploded over Russia, generating […]

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Congress Urges U. S. to Forge Ahead With Human Space Endeavors

January 3rd, 2013

Thursday marked the first day of the U. S. 113th Congress, the members of the House and Senate elected in November to serve new two and six-year terms. However, before the 112th Congress adjourned, also on Thursday, the House and Senate produced a positive statement on the future of  U. S. human space activities.   […]

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