I’m sure that many of us who get our information and our news from the internet have seen one of the videos circulating recently that used a variety of pictures and Carl Sagan’s words to campaign for NASA. Sagan’s prescient words and the vivid images can certainly move even those folks who are not space fans to begin with. Continue reading “One 25-year-old Canadian Uses His Talents to Campaign for NASA” »
How will emerging low-cost access to space transform both the role of government space agencies and the lives of ordinary citizens?
That is the question asked to participants in the Space Frontier Foundation and SpaceVidCast.com We-Are-Space video competition being run in partnership with SEDS-USA. If you have a great 2-3 minute answer that you can turn into a stellar video, you have a chance to win the $1,000 grand prize! Enter your video by June 7, 2011.
The videos will be judged by a panel consisting of SEDS Executive board members, SFF representatives and other members of the space
community to be announced at a later date. First prize is $1,000.00 provided by the Space Frontier Foundation. For more information, deadlines and the official rules please visit http://wearespace.com. Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Make a video and share your view on the future of space with the world. Good luck!
For a brief introduction to the competition, watch the brief video below from Sara Meschberger of SEDS.
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December 1, 2010
University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois.
The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space USA (SEDS-USA) announced the winners of various awards at their national conference recently. Continue reading “SEDS-USA Announces Winners of Youtube Contest and Yearly Awards” »