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Space Organizations on the Web

These organizations are chartered with the common goal of space development. Here are their homes on the World Wide Web.

If we've missed anything, or you would like to update the location or description of your space organization, please contact us.

Artemis Project Organizations

Artemis Society International
If you dream of flying in space yourself or just want to see people out there, you want to join the Artemis Society. The organization was formed in August 1994 to provide everyone an opportunity to participate in the development of the Artemis Project's lunar community.

Artemis Society International is a non-profit educational and scientific foundation incorporated in the State of Alabama, USA. The Society leads the non-profit element of The Artemis Project, and is staffed entirely with volunteer effort.

Artemis Society of Dallas
The Artemis Society of Dallas is the proposed local chapter of Artemis Society International for the Dallas, Texas area. The sole purpose of the Artemis Society of Dallas is to support and assist Artemis Society International in the achievement of its goals.

The Lunar Reclamation Society
LRS is a non-profit membership organization engaged in public outreach, freely associated with the National Space Society. Host of ISDC '98, LRS has published the Moon Miners' Manifesto continuously since 1986.

Oregon L5 Society
The Oregon L5 Society is organized are for charitable, educational, literary, and scientific purposes, namely, to educate the public on the possible uses of space and to promote the establishment of a spacefaring civilization.

The SETI League
Are We Alone? That question has haunted humankind since first we realized that the points of light in the night sky are other suns. Today we have the technology to seek a definitive answer! The SETI League is participatory science. We are the international grass-roots organization dedicated to privatizing the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence.

Space Access Society
Space Access Society's sole purpose is promoting radically cheaper access to space, ASAP. The SAS most notably produces frequent Space Access Updates, and hosts an annual Space Access convention.

Other Space Organizations

California Space Development Council
CSDC is a coalition of grassroots, pro-space activist and educational organizations in California and Nevada, including the Golden Gate Space Frontier Society, OASIS, Orange County Space Society, Silicon Valley Space Society, Tahoe Area Space Society, Western Spaceport Chapter NSS. Our goal is to foster the creation of a spacefaring civilization in which people living and working in space is as natural as anywhere else.

Caltech Space Society
The Caltech Space Society was recently founded to promote space awareness on campus and to educate others about space. It is a member of the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space and the National Space Society.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Luft- und Raumfahrt - Lilienthal-Oberth e.V.
The German Society for Aeronautics and Astronautics is the oldest aeronautics and astronautics organisation in Germany. It offers various possibilities of information exchange and other activities to everyone interested aerospace related topics, and is actively developing hybrid rocket technology.

Experimental Rocket Propulsion Society
The Bay Area's Non-profit Liquid Fuel Rocket Engine Design and Test Team. The ERPS was founded in February of 1993 to gather together interested amateurs to learn about, design, build, and test liquid fuel rocket engines.

First Millenial Foundation
Begun with Marshal T. Savage's book, Colonising the Galaxy in 8 Easy Steps, the FMF builds toward the ultimate human destiny of leaving planet Earth and colonizing space, a project that will occupy us completely for the next thousand years. Host to an annual conference, Conclave.

Houston Space Society
If you want to be a part of a network of individuals, companies, and institutions dedicated to creating a free civilization in space, join us. We're the Houston Space Society. "We're going, even if we have to walk." Host to ISDC '99.

Huntsville Alabama L5 Society
HAL5 is the Hunstville Alabama chapter of the NSS, and believes that by educating and working with the public, the government, and private industry, we can speed up the date when routine, safe, and affordable space travel is available to anyone who "wants to go." In May 1997, Project HALO successfully sent a balloon-launched hybrid rocket to the fringe of space.

Illini Space Development Society
A chapter of the National Space Society, ISDS sponsors guest speakers, Space Film Nights for both the public and members, and other space education and outreach activities. ISDS does not charge local membership dues -- our main activities are free and open to the public.

Association of Lunar and Planetary Observors
Amateurs and professionals from all over the world, with a focus on scientific planetary observation. Has sections for all the planets, the moon, and the sun. Also see the separate listing for the Lunar Section.

ALPO Lunar Section
Lunar observors publish their observations of lunar transient phenomena, lunar observing opportunities, and lunar ephemeris events. Also see the separate listing for the Association of Lunar and Planetary Observors.

National Space Society
The National Space Society promotes change in social, technical, economic, and political conditions to advance the day when people will live and work in space. Hosts the International Space Development Conference, publishes Inside Space and is one of the largest space organisations.

Mars Society
Fellow travelers with Artemis Society International, focused on human exploration and settlement of Mars. The Mars Society founding convention was held August 13-16, 1998 at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colorado, where they adopted the Founding Declaration listing the reasons for going to Mars. The declaration concludes with "Believing therefore that the exploration and settlement of Mars is one of the greatest human endeavors possible in our time, we have gathered to found this Mars Society, understanding that even the best ideas for human action are never inevitable, but must be planned, advocated, and achieved by hard work."

Organization for the Advancement of Space Industrialization and Settlement
OASIS gives members and friends ways to work towards building humanity's future in space. OASIS hosts lectures, tours, and seminars about space activities to the general public, campaigns for Los Angeles pro-space candidates, is building amateur rockets, and supports student education projects.

Philadelphia Area Space Alliance
PASA looks to generate public support for a vigorous space program, encourage private enterprise efforts in space research and development, support education and create opportunities for public involvement in space development and research. Members of PASA recognise the potential of space resources for increasing both standard of living and quality of life.

The Planetary Society
The Planetary Society is your connection to the exploration of the cosmos and the search for extraterrestrial life and intelligence. Founded by the late Carl Sagan, the Planetary Society is the largest space organization.

Space Association of Australia
The SSA is a political and educational organisation to promote the advancement and expansion of the peaceful exploration, utilisation and colonisation of outer space.

Space Studies Institute
Opening the energy and material resources of space for human benefit by completing the missing technological links to make possible the productive use of the abundant resources in space is the mission of the late Gerard K. O'Neill's research organization.

Space Tourism Society
The STS was recently founded to conduct the research, build public desire, and acquire the financial and political power to make space tourism available to as many people as possible as soon as possible.

Students for the Exploration and Development of Space
SEDS is an independent, student-based organization which promotes the exploration and development of space. SEDS pursues this mission by educating people about the benefits of space, by supporting a network of interested students, by providing an opportunity for members to develop their leadership skills, and inspiring people through our involvement in space-related projects. SEDS chapters are found throughout the world.

Student Space Awareness
A non-profit organization whose purpose is to educate students and the general public as to the values and benefits of the space program. SSA hopes to bridge the infinite dreams of students with the current trends and realities of the aerospace industry and deliver a message to our elected officials in Washington on a regular basis.

2111 Foundation for Exploration
The 2111 Foundation for Exploration funds innovative research and educational programs around the world. Through this work, they promote the exploration of space and the preservation of Earth.

United Societies In Space
A non-profit space activist organization, founded in 1994 to advance the day when humankind may create an off-world civilization with people living, working and enjoying outer space, during our lifetimes.

Utah Space Association
The Utah Space Association promotes change in the State of Utah via education and social awareness. Utah is a key state in forwarding space exploration, the home of several centers for technological development in computer and propulsion technology.

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