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Space Exploration Alliance Blitz 2014

Space Exploration Alliance Blitz 2014

  2014 Space Exploration Alliance Legislative Blitz Talking Points   Explore Mars, Inc. Announces its participation in the 2014 Legislative Blitz On Sunday, February 23 through Tuesday, February 25, 2014, the Space Exploration Alliance held the annual grassroots visit to Congress known as the “Legislative Blitz.” With unprecedented budgetary pressures facing the legislative and executive […]

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How the 1st Year of Curiosity was celebrated at NASA HQ

1 year ago: JPL control room celebrating the successfull landing of Curiosity in Gale Crater. by Joe Gillin I had the opportunity to attend the First anniversary celebration for the Curiosity landing on Mars on Tuesday at NASA HQ in Washington, DC. It was exciting to be there and watch a panel of NASA officials, […]

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MSL Picture of the Day: T+365 Days: Looking up at the Moon at night on Mars

Image credit: NASA/JPL /MSSS Curiosity took this image of both Mars’ moons in one image on Sol 351 (August 1st, 2013). Both Phobos and Deimos, the Martian Moons were in the sky over her head. This is a raw image. Phobos is the moon that appears larger in the image; Deimos is the smaller object. […]

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Happy Birthday Curiosity: One Year on Mars

August 6, Tuesday 10:45 a.m. – Curiosity: First Year on Mars – JPL (All NASA TV Channels) 12 p.m. – “Curiosity’s First Year on Mars: The Path to Future Robotic and Human Exploration” (ISS Expedition 36 In-Flight Event with Karen Nyberg and Chris Cassidy to mark the anniversary scheduled at 1 p.m.) – HQ/JSC   […]

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Mars Day on the Hill, September 24, 2013

Contact your representative in the most direct way on 24 Sept. 2013Visit her/him on the Hill This second Mars Blitz of 2013 is again organized by Explore Mars to further the cause of a human mission to MarsCommit to debate STEM and Space, two for our nation so important issues Have a chance of meeting […]

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