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Charlene Anderson

Planetary Society leaders to attend tomorrow's Florida Space Conference

Posted by Charlene Anderson

14-04-2010 14:36 CDT

Topics: Space Policy, Planetary Society Political Advocacy, Bill Nye

Bill Nye, Jim Bell, Scott Hubbard, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Elon Musk, and Lou Friedman -- all members of The Planetary Society's Board of Directors -- have been invited to hear President Obama present his new approach to human spaceflight tomorrow at the Kennedy Space Center.

They're on their way now and, while they're traveling, we can get a glimpse of what the President might be preparing to say. The Office of Science and Technology Policy has released a new fact sheet with some details at Click on the "OSTP Fact Sheet" link under A BOLD NEW ERA FOR NASA.

I'm sure you'll be hearing more from Lou and colleagues in the very near future, so keep checking your in-box and mail-box for more information.

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