1) If the designer chooses to
incorporate pictures/views of future human space settlements, associated
activities/endeavors in the solar system they must be a realistic
2) The design should provide an
uplifting, positive message of our future in space. Images that contain
scenes of battle, criminal activity, morally offensive activity, etc. are
to be excluded from consideration.
3) The design must be
non-offensive and appropriate for viewing by children.
4) Depictions of identifiable
persons, whether real or fictional, is not permitted.
5) The design of the Banner
must be able to carry over into future years of use.
No dates or other references to
time should be made
6) The Judge must believe that
the design will have the ability to inspire the viewer to get actively
involved in the pursuit of space exploration and settlement and that the
design associates the idea that the National Space Society is the group
that is working to make this a reality.
Individual judges votes will be
tallied by Candace Pankanin, Vice President of Chapters and Chair of the
NSS Banner Redesign Contest Committee.
Details of the individual judges votes along with the final analysis
will be provided to the Judges and the NSS Banner Design Committee for
If you have any questions regarding the contest, please email: BannerRedesign@aol.com or Banner_Contest@nss.org
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