2013 National Space Symposium


It’s that time of year again. The 2013 National Space Symposium came and went and we were there to capture the material the mattered most, honest interviews from the people in the space industry who can help us Fight for Space. This year we interviewed Astronaut Leroy Chiao, Space Foundation CEO Elliot Pulham, Space Foundation Teacher Liasion Daniel Newmeyer, Frank Morring from Avaition Week, Dennis Tito, founder of Inspiration Mars and the first space tourist, and we stopped by Pioneer Astronautics in Denver to catch up with Dr. Robert Zubrin.

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Travel Update #2 – Huntsville, AL & Washington D.C.


In February, the Fight for Space crew traveled to Huntsville, AL to attend the AIAA conference on the future of civil space flight. While there we uncovered some disturbing facts about the state of the industry, and captured several interviews as well as footage at the US Space & Rocket Center. Having never seen the Saturn V before, I can personally say I was astounded by the size and complexity of the machine that sent humans to the moon 45 years ago.

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Travel Update #1 – Washington D.C.


In December, we traveled to Washington D.C. to interview the architects of the “Space Leadership Preservation Act” – A group of Congressmen including Bill Posey, Frank Wolf, Pete Olson, and Jim Sensenbrenner; who have sought out a solution to the issue of NASA program cancellations. Although a controversial bill to some, we felt it worth covering. – Read more about it here.

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Star Trek – 46th Anniversary

September 8, 1966: Television audiences were treated with Star Trek. Star Trek was a series that brought out the best in people, it allowed people to dream for a future where we explored the universe, where we were at peace and the problems of earth were no more, where our technology was so advanced that we could travel to the stars, speak to computers, and heal the sick with amazing technology. Before Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, we were dreaming about the future of space exploration and it was exciting the nation.

Today in 2012, we can speak to our computers, and they can speak back to us, our medical technology has saved countless lives, our communication devices and computers are superior to that of the handheld communicators that existed in Star Trek, and we have a robot on the surface of Mars armed with a laser.

Yet… in 2012, the world is still at war, we have disease, hunger, poverty, other issues, and we have no space craft to travel the galaxy. On this day, the anniversary of Star Trek, it is a reminder to us all why we must Fight for Space. We have accomplished so much ahead of what the best science fiction minds could think of, but at the same time we have accomplished so little in that which matters most.

To Boldly Go, we must Boldly Do.

Fight For Space – Kickstarter Trailer

July 20th 2012 – 43 years ago this day, Apollo 11 touched down on the surface of the Moon.
Today, we have no plans to go back to the moon. Any manned to mission to mars has been postponed until the late 2030s. This is not the mark of a nation with great ambitions.

Today, we must Fight For Space.

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