Chicago Society for Space Studies
Promoting Space Exploration For All of Us
Chicago Society for Space Studies is the largest space advocacy organization in Illinois and one of the oldest in the nation.
To serve as a space education resource for the general public.
To provide input to elected officials on matters of U.S. space policy and to support policies viewed as having a posItive impact on space development.
To serve as a regional center of excellence in delivering space-related educational programming to schools, museums, and other civic organizations.
To host and/or sponsor public events and speakers that provide valuable space-related educational programs to the community.
We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It
Those of us who have volunteered to organize, lead, conduct public outreach, and develop educational presentations are working to shape our future in space. It is our conviction that a dynamic program of space development is a key component of humanity’s ability to continue to improve our overall quality of life and standard of living. We hope that you too share our passion and that you will join us in our efforts to shape the future.
The December 2022 free public meeting of Chicago Society for Space Studies (CSSS) will feature CSSS Vice President Larry Boyle giving his 2022 Space Year in Review presentation.
Chicago Society for Space Studies (CSSS) is proud to be a sponsor of SpaceVision - the annual conference of the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS). This year's SpaceVision is being held at Ida Noyes Hall at the University of Chicago on...
The July CSSS meeting will feature CSSS Vice President Larry Boyle giving his presentation James Webb Space Telescope: First Science Images
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