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Coalition for Deep Space Exploration remembers Paul SpudisJason RhianSeptember 4th, 2018
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration (Coalition) and its member companies were deeply saddened to learn last week of the passing of Dr. Paul Spudis – scientist, visionary, and tireless advocate for lunar science, exploration and development.
Coalition for Deep Space Exploration statement on nomination of Jim Bridenstine for NASA AdministratorPress ReleaseSeptember 6th, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration (Coalition) welcomes the Trump Administration’s continuing commitment to human space exploration, space science, and the economic development of space with the nomination of U.S. Representative Jim Bridenstine for NASA Administrator.
Coalition for Deep Space Exploration welcomes FY18 NASA budgetPress ReleaseMay 28th, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration (Coalition) welcomes the release of the full President’s Budget Request for NASA for Fiscal Year 2018, which builds on the information first released in March highlighting funding requests for NASA’s exploration, science, and space operations programs.
Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Applauds Senate Passage of NASA Transition Authorization ActPress ReleaseDecember 13th, 2016
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration applauds the Senate’s passage of the NASA Transition Authorization Act. The Act unequivocally demonstrates the continued, bipartisan support in Congress for our nation’s deep space human exploration and science programs.
AIA, CSE renew call to support space exploration roadmap on Trump AdministrationJason RhianNovember 28th, 2016
Since 2009, when the Obama White House succeeded in cancelling NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, the U.S. Space Agency has lacked a coherent direction concerning its crewed exploration efforts. A possible path forward for the agency is gaining momentum as well as the support of two prominent space-advocacy organizations.
Coalition for Deep Space Exploration recommends space priorities for next presidentBart LeahyJune 25th, 2016
An industry-led policy paper released by the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration on June 21 recommends the next U.S. President and Congress preserve U.S. global leadership in space by continuing a bipartisan path to Mars, in keeping with the 2010 NASA Authorization Act.