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Tiptoeing Towards the Edge

Casey Dreier • December 27, 2012 • 1

NASA's Planetary Science Division looks to lose about $100 million in addition to the deep cuts already proposed for 2013.

Where We Stand: The year in advocacy and what's ahead for 2013

Casey Dreier • December 16, 2012 • 12

We've had a very busy year defending funding for NASA's Planetary Science division.

Save Our Science: November Update

Casey Dreier • November 15, 2012 • 5

We've sent over sixteen thousand of emails to the president, but we need more.

What We're Fighting For

Casey Dreier • November 13, 2012

We're fighting for the restoration of NASA's planetary sciences budget to return to its 2012 level. What does that get us? New financial analysis from our sources in the scientific community provides us a glimpse.

Write the President: Re-election Edition

Casey Dreier • November 07, 2012 • 2

We've had a great response to this advocacy push so far. Now that the President has been re-elected, our messages are even more important. Write today if you haven't, and spread to the word to your friends.

D.C. Visit Update and Member Event Recap

Casey Dreier • October 17, 2012 • 1

During my visit to D.C. to discuss Planetary Exploration funding with key people on the Hill, members of the Planetary Society gathered at George Washington University to hear the latest science results from NASA's Curiosity and Opportunity rovers.

Mars Program Update from MEPAG

Bruce Betts • October 05, 2012 • 1

Bruce Betts reports on the status of the current and future Mars program and on acronyms from a meeting of NASA's MEPAG (Mars Exploration Analysis Program Analysis Group).

The OMB Didn't See This Coming

Casey Dreier • September 21, 2012

In ten days, our members and supporters sent over 17,000 emails to staff members who create and influence NASA's planetary science budget. The public support is there. We're making difference but not letting up.

Sequestration and Planetary Science

Casey Dreier • September 17, 2012

The sequestration is coming on January 2nd, 2013. If Congress does nothing to prevent it, NASA's planetary science division stands to lose an additional $97 million to the already-proposed cut of $309 million for 2013.

What if the Senate had a hearing on Mars and no one came?

Casey Dreier • September 12, 2012 • 3

Today there was a Senate hearing on the future of Mars exploration, title "From Low-Earth Orbit to Mars" on Sept 12th, 2012, and only 2 out of 25 Senators came.

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