After a close round of voting, the Illinois Space Society was chosen as the winner of the 2010 SEDS Holiday Decorating Contest over their UB-SEDS competitors. Thanks to both groups for the great holiday photos! There were definitely some comments from the board about the neat rocket-Christmas tree. ISS will be receiving some posters and […]
We have been excited to hear the enormous progress Representative Giffords has made on the road to recovery from her injuries. We would like to wish the best to her and her family.
There are now less than 20 days left to participate on behalf of your chapter in the SEDS SpaceWiki Winter 2010 contest. We’re working to help our friends at the new website www.spacewiki.com generate articles about companies, people, and events in the “New Space” industry. And, if your chapter is able to generate the greatest […]
The end of the year is only a few days away. Just a few days to help your favorite charities finish the year strong. Thanks to the work of devoted students, SEDS-USA is once again a 501c3 nonprofit organization (listed by the IRS as STUDENTS FOR THE EXPLORATION OF SPACE USA) and would appreciate your […]
It is that time of year again, time to get creative and prove that your chapter is the best at trimming your office or meeting room with the holiday spirit. Add an aspect of space to your holiday decorating and come up with some unique decorations like an astronaut santa or a reindeer-led spaceship. The […]
The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space USA (SEDS-USA) announced the winners of various awards at their national conference recently.
Representatives from SEDS chapters across the country voted to appoint twelve new board members to lead the national student organization for the 2010-2011 term.
Click here to check out the live stream from the SpaceVision 2010 conference and to see video recordings afterward.
You have 11 more days to enter the SEDS Video Ad Contest for a chance to win $200 cash and other prizes! We have very few contestants right now, so make a brief video, send it in and your chances are good to win!
The US House of Representatives will soon be voting on the NASA Authorization Act of 2010, legislation that will determine the direction of NASA for the next three years. The SEDS-USA executive board encourages members of the general public, industry, and students to evaluate the differences between the two versions and form their own opinion on this crucial matter.