The Space Advocate
Explore how decisions in space are made and how you can make a difference. Join us as space advocates and help change the future of space for the better.
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Just in time for Politicon 2016! Watch Bill Nye and Casey Dreier hold meetings with three congressional leaders about space policy and The Planetary Society.
In 2020, a new Mars Rover will land somewhere on Mars. How do they decide where to land? Part of being a space advocate means being empowered by knowing the mission process.
Bill Nye and other Space Advocates from the Planetary Society head up to Capitol Hill to tell congress men and women how important space exploration is to our members and to the world.
In April 2015, The Planetary Society held a workshop with scientists, budgetary specialists, and other experts to determine the feasibility of sending humans to orbit Mars by the year 2033. Learn more at hom.planetary.org
Casey Dreier, Director of Advocacy at the Planetary Society, shows you how easy it is to call your congressional leaders and tell them how much you care about space exploration. Check out planetary.org/spaceadvocate for more info.
An asteroid or comet headed for Earth is the only large-scale natural disaster we can prevent. Working together to fund our Shoemaker NEO Grants for astronomers, we can help save the world.