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Chennai: Indian Space Research Organisation has been conferred 'Space Pioneer Award' by the National Space Society (NSS) of the United States over the historic feat on successfully sending an orbit to Martian atmosphere in its very first attempt.
LOS ANGELES, May 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- SPACE Canada (Solar Power Alternative for Clean Energy), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of solar energy from space; is sponsoring a dinner at the International Space Development Conference (ISDC 2014), the yearly conference of the National Space Society (NSS).
``As a chief test pilot for NASA, he was one of the most recognizable pilots outside of the Mercury astronauts,'' said Larry Evans, president of the Orange County chapter of the National Space Society.
WASHINGTON -- The National Space Society (NSS) and Virgin Galactic announced today the NSS Space Ambassadors Program, which for one person will lead to a trip to space on Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo.
ISDC is the yearly conference of the National Space Society (NSS), a nonprofit organization that has hosted the gathering since 1982.
As unusual as that particular policy was, a lot of insurance needed to support the fledging space industry is closer to policies that already exist, said Amy Bouska, a managing principal for the Tillinghast business of Towers Perrin and a card-carrying member of the National Space Society.
Let's be clear about that,'' said George Whitesides, executive director of the National Space Society.
Last week, t/Space unveiled an engineering mockup of its proposed Crew Transfer Vehicle (CXV) in Arlington, VA at the International Space Development Conference presented by the National Space Society.