The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) and the Students for the Exploration & Development of Space (SEDS) successfully hosted the 2nd annual Student NewSpace Business Plan Competition at SpaceVision on November 10th at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center, Buffalo, NY. SpaceVision is an annual conference organized by SEDS-USA, attracting large numbers of students, professionals and enthusiasts […]

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Space Frontier Foundation and Students for the Exploration & Development of Space Present NewSpace Student Business Plan Competition  The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) and the Students for the Exploration & Development of Space (SEDS) are proud to announce the 2nd annual Student NewSpace Business Plan Competition, taking place at SpaceVision on November 10th at the Buffalo […]

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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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SEDS Congratulates SpaceX on a Successful First Test Launch of the Falcon 9

The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) would like to congratulate Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) on the successful first test launch of their Falcon 9 rocket, which is one of multiple vehicles in the space industry poised to be a game-changer in the commercial orbital transportation business. Though SEDS students work at or seek to work at businesses across the space industry, from NASA to Boeing to SpaceX, we support all major milestones for new flight systems that seek to make space cheaper and more open to human growth and exploration.

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