Space Foundation Forms New Partnerships

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Space Foundation Forms New Partnerships The Space Foundation has formed new strategic partnerships with two organizations:

  • The Coalition for Space Exploration (CSE), a volunteer organization committed to ensuring the United States remains the leader in space, science and technology by reinforcing the value and benefits of space exploration with the public and national leaders, and building lasting support for a long-term, sustainable, strategic direction for space exploration. Membership in the Coalition is open to companies and organizations that support the exploration of space – human and robotic – and are willing to commit funding or resources toward advocacy outreach. Recently, the Space Foundation began distributing and posting CSExtra, CSE’s daily news clips.

    To learn more about CSE, click here.

  • The Space Angels Network, a national network of accredited investors focused on aerospace-related opportunities. Space Foundation Vice President – Washington Operations Brendan Curry recently spoke at Space Angels Network’s Washington, D.C., Aerospace Venture Forum for potential investors. To learn more about Space Angels Network, click here.

This article is part of Space Watch: January 2012 (Volume: 11, Issue: 1).

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