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Bernard A. Harris, It’s Time to Renew Focus on Space

February 15th, 2010

As America struggles to recover from its worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, we are at grave risk of losing our technical edge to increasingly more capable global competitors. The prosperity we are striving to revive is a product of past commitments to education and investments in science and technology that we have hesitated […]

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The Coalition on the 2011 Budget

February 15th, 2010

HOUSTON – The Coalition for Space Exploration (Coalition) looks forward to a thorough evaluation by the Congress of the budgetary framework President Obama has proposed to ensure NASA can sustain a robust and balanced space program of human spaceflight, climate, science, robotics and aeronautics. As the president said in his State of the Union address, […]

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Two veteran aerospace communicators tapped to lead the Coalition for Space Exploration in 2010

December 9th, 2009

Aerojet’s Glenn Mahone and Jacob Technology’s Jeannie Kranz to guide the Coalition’s Public Affairs Team Two veteran aerospace communicators will lead the Coalition for Space Exploration’s Public Affairs Team in 2010. Aerojet’s Glenn Mahone and Jacobs Technology’s Jeannie Kranz were recently named the organization’s new chair, and deputy chair, respectively. Each will serve a one-year […]

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America’s Space Program Needs President Obama’s Support

December 7th, 2009

Dear President Obama: The future of America’s civilian space program rests in your hands. Your decisions must ensure that America builds upon a heritage of space leadership that has been hard-earned over the decades. Doing so will place this country on an energetic, inspiring and sustainable path in space – one that contributes to our […]

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Ares I-X: Light the Fire and Learn!

October 21st, 2009

NASA and our nation are about to embark on a new chapter in America’s human spaceflight program – one that draws upon a legacy of learning from the past. The upcoming Ares I-X flight test signals a first step in a transition from the space shuttle program. For the first time in over 25 years, […]

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Coalition for Space Exploration lauds Augustine Committee

September 9th, 2009

HOUSTON – The Coalition for Space Exploration acknowledges the hard work and service to the nation by the Review of U. S. Human Space Flight Plans Committee and its chairman Norm Augustine. The committee was able to re-examine the nation’s future course in space and assess that additional investment and commitment are needed to keep […]

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