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Space Advocacy
« on: 03/16/2007 07:48 PM »
One of my many bosses today in a meeting suggested this site to us:

www.spaceadvocate.com

It has info and links to congress and the president where you can express your support for NASA and the VSE.


from the website:

SpaceAdvocate.com is an advocacy website sponsored and maintained by the Coalition for Space Exploration. The mission of this website is to advocate the Vision for Space Exploration across our country and to legislators on Capitol Hill and within our states.

List of all Coalition Members sites:
The Coalition for Space Exploration is a collaborative effort whose mission is to ensure the United States will remain a leader in space, science and technology – key factors that will benefit the nation’s economy, gratify our need to explore and maintain our national security. Members include:

    * ATK Thiokol
    * The Boeing Company
    * Lockheed Martin
    * Northrop Grumman
    * United Space Alliance
    * Space Foundation
    * Aerojet
    * Analytical Graphics, Inc.
    * Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
    * California Space Authority
    * Delaware North Parks Services
    * Florida Space Authority
    * Hamilton Sundstrand
    * Honeywell
    * National Space Society
    * Moog
    * Pratt & Whitney
    * Raytheon


Offline Chris Bergin

RE: Space Advocacy
« Reply #1 on: 03/16/2007 08:30 PM »
I'll get in touch and see if we (as a site) can help their drive.

Offline Jason Davies

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Re: Space Advocacy
« Reply #2 on: 03/16/2007 09:47 PM »
Seems like they've given up as the last update was sometime last year.

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Re: Space Advocacy
« Reply #3 on: 03/17/2007 01:50 AM »
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Jason Davies - 16/3/2007  6:47 PM

Seems like they've given up as the last update was sometime last year.

I can assure you they're VERY active; the lack of a website update is unfortunate, but doesn't indicate anything more than that they haven't focused attention on that; they meet very frequently and recently hosted an extremely well-attended working luncheon to brief Senate staffers on the status of the VSE.
Offering only my own views and experience as a long-time "Space Cadet."

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