Space advocacy is like a religion in that you have to have faith, argues the author, but if you want to get more converts you have to broaden the terms of your theology.
The National Space Institute was a space advocacy group established by the late Dr. Wernher von Braun (1912-1977) to help maintain the public's support for the United States space program.
That first spark in my imagination caused by the flight of John Glenn helped to decide my future role in the United States economy even though my companies were initially nothing to do with space.
It’s quite possible that there’s a galaxy out there (ours) just waiting to be filled with life. Why not? Whether you’re religious or not it’s a daunting question to answer.
Humans or Robots? Interesting look at the top reasons the future of spaceflight should focus on Human Exploration over robotic missions.
Why do we have a space program anyway? Many people in the past have asked this very same question. They usually continue on, “We should spend the money fixing our problems here on Earth first.”