On December 4th 2012, it was announced that NASA intends to launch another rover to Mars in 2020. The successful landing and science conducted by the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Curiosity rover has renewed the confidence of the agency to replicate its success. Utilizing the same basic design as MSL and over $200 million worth […]

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The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) will be an exhibitor at this year’s Space Tech Expo at booth #8044. Visitors will be able to see the latest and greatest of what SEDS and its chapters have been up to, including its annual High Power Rocketry Competition. Attendees can also see XCOR’s […]

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SEDS Members Offered Discount Subscription to NewSpace Global

The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) is pleased to announce that its student members now have the opportunity to subscribe to NewSpace Global (NSG) at an immensely discounted rate. NewSpace Global is the world’s leading source of information and analysis regarding the commercial space sector, with subscriptions to this information normally […]

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  Moonandback Travel, Inc. has partnered with the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space to provide space tourism services to SEDS’ membership and alumni. Moonandback Travel has agreed to donate $2,500 to SEDS for every booking referred by SEDS that includes the checkout code SEDS 917 entered on the Travel web site’s booking […]

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SEDS Mourns Astronaut Neil Armstrong

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 25, 2012 Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, USA (SEDS) mourns the passing of Dr. Neil Armstrong, the first human to set foot on the moon.  Armstrong passed away following complications resulting from cardiovascular procedures according to a statement from his family, and was 82 years old. “Many Students […]

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Today the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space mourn the passing of one of our greatest leaders and alumni, Darrell Cain, after a long fight with cancer. As an MIT SEDS leader, Todd B. Hawley Leadership Award recipient, former SEDS USA Executive Board member, and most importantly a friend, Darrell will be missed […]

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The NOVA is now available for download on SEDS.org!  “The Life Issue” focuses on the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL), a robotic rover named “Curiosity,” which is now on its way to the red planet.  In this issue, you will find a discussion of what it is that makes a planet habitable, an overview of the […]

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