At the Space.com forums, we've got a special giveaway going on for the community. One lucky winner will be walking away with an authentic U.S. Space Force silver coin, courtesy of the Space Store! It comes in a black velour jewelry box and even includes a certificate of authenticity.
To enter for your chance to win, let us know what you think the priorities should be for the U.S. Space Force (USSF). Are you looking forward to many more missions in search of life on distant planets? Perhaps you're more intrigued by the prospect of further research on black holes. Oh, and is anyone checking up on those quasar things?
Whatever you see as the ideal point of focus for the USSF, head over to this thread to read the official contest rules and reply to enter before 11:59 PM EST on March 14, 2021.
While you're at it, head over to our Mars thread to share some of that Perseverance rover excitement with the community. We'll be posting updates and hanging out there for watch parties whenever NASA entices us with an update!
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