Aerospace States Association
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Federation of Galaxy Explorers
The 2013 SEA Legislative Blitz in Washington, DC, Feb 24-26
The Space Exploration Alliance (SEA) will be holding its annual grassroots “Legislative Blitz” in Washington, D.C., from February 24 through February 26, 2013.
With unprecedented budgetary pressures facing the legislative and executive branches of government, it is uncertain which path our nation’s leaders will take with respect to our nation’s space programs. More than ever before, it is absolutely critical that the voices of the space advocacy community be heard in this debate.
Come join space advocates from around the country to let Congress know that there is strong constituent support for an ambitious and sustainable path forward.
Registration for the 2013 SEA Legislative Blitz is now closed.
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Feb 10-12, 2008: SEA Legislative Space Blitz in Washington, DC (press release)
Dec 2007 Press Release: SEA Calls for Candidates’ Stance on Space Policy (PDF)
Nov 2007: SEA sets dates for 2008 Space Blitz in Washington DC.
Who We Are:
The Space Exploration Alliance is an unprecedented partnership of the nation’s premier non-profit space organizations with a combined membership of thousands of people throughout the United States.
The Space Exploration Alliance members believe in NASA's bold and substantial mandate for human and robotic exploration of the solar system to assure American technological and scientific preeminence in the 21st century.
The nation’s premier non-profit space organizations will work together to communicate to the American public and elected officials that NASA's bold and substantial mandate for human and robotic exploration of the solar system is a compelling national priority that is technically and fiscally achievable, will inspire the nation’s youth and the public, reinvigorate the traditional aerospace workforce and industrial base, and foster job-creating entrepreneurial activity across the entire economy.
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National Society of Black Engineers
National Space Society
The Planetary Society
Buzz Aldrin's ShareSpace Foundation
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space