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  • British National Space Centre (BNSC)
  • Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
  • France National Space Agency (CNES)
  • Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI)
  • Norwegian Space Center (NSC)
  • National Aerospace Laboratory – The Netherlands (NLR)
  • The Russian Space Agency (RKA)
  • Swedish Space Corporation (SSC)
  • The German Aerospace Center (DLR)
  • Israel Space Agency
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AEROSPACE COMMITTEE


Working closely with NASA/JSC's Public Affairs department, this committee's focus is on the future of the American Space Program specifically, the overall progress of  the manned space program in general, and NASA's outreach to the public at-large. This committee is ideal for those volunteers who are a part of the aerospace industry and who want to have an impact on better connecting that industry with the public. Like other NSTA committees, this team will host its own events, presenting the technological advancements of the aerospace industry to a public that wants to see it and experience it.

 


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IN THE NEWS

Mars Rover 'Spirit' Likely Stuck for Life

[STN] After months and months of effort in trying to free the hapless little Martian robot rover known as Spirit, engineers at Jet Propulsion Laboratories (JPL) have announced the unit forever stuck in the pit. NASA has now dubbed the rover a "stationary science platform." Read more at Space Daily.com.

 

Texans asking NASA for retired space shuttle 

[STN] As the sun sets on Space Shuttle Program, competition for possession of what remains of the fleet for retired public display is heating up. Rep. Pete Olson, R-Sugar Land, is circulating a letter to members of the House to allow Houston, "Space City, USA," to be a home to one of the shuttles. Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn have also signed on to the letter.

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RETIRED PROFESSIONALS

Building A Committee of Aerospace Professionals

Are you a professional inside the aerospace industry?

 

Are you retired from the industry but you still have contacts and resources from within?  Would you like to contribute some time on a committee of peers? NSTA invites you to be on our Aerospace Committee.

 

Call 713.979.5288, or write Let's talk.

SPACE ORGS/ASSNS

Aerospace Industries Association
Aerospace Medical Association
American Astronomical Society
American Inst./Aeronautics & Astronautics
Artemis Society International
Astronaut Space Archive
Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center
Coalition for Space Exploration
Indian Space Research Org.
Int'l Assn. Space Entrepreneurs
International Astronomical Union
Japan Soc. for Aeronautical & Space Sci.
Mars Institute
Mars Society of Houston
Moon Society
National Science Center
National Science Teachers Asn.
Nat’l Space Sci. & Tech Ctr.
National Space Society
Planetary Society
Rice Space Institute
Space Access Society
Space Frontier Foundation
Space Policy Institute
Space Studies Institute
Soc. for Int'l Space Co-op.
UN Cmte./Peaceful Uses of Space
United States Space Foundation
Universities Space Research Assoc.
Women in Aerospace


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