Don't be a bystander for Planetary exploration. Be an advocate.
Space exploration doesn't just happen. It requires consistent and vigilant support by the public. Be a space advocate and reach out to your representatives in the House and Senate, or contact the President of the United States.
Tens of thousands of NASA employees sit idle. Skilled contractors go unpaid. Missions face delays and disruption. Enough is enough. Congress should put politics aside and fund NASA. Let the nation's space program get back to work. You can use this petition to contact your elected officials and the White House.
The near-Earth object (NEO)Cam spacecraft is a critical tool for finding potentially Earth-threatening asteroids. But NASA has yet to formally request the mission, and it needs funding in 2019 to stay on track for a launch in the 2020s. Congress can help by including funding, but they need to act soon. You can help.
There's a congressional congress for planetary exploration—and any member of Congress can join. Use this form to write your representatives to encourage them to be part of it and help promote space science.
It doesn't stop at writing a letter! Make sure to take the crucial follow-up steps and call your representatives' offices, schedule visits, or write opinion pieces in your local paper. Change starts one person at a time.
For those ultimate space advocates, we organize annual visits to Washington, D.C. to advocate to Congress directly. Join us.
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Be the ultimate space advocate. Join fellow members of The Planetary Society as we descend on Capitol Hill to advocate for space science and exploration. You bring your passion for space exploration. We train you and schedule your meetings on Capitol Hill. It's fun. It's effective. It makes a difference.
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