Help keep space in the future. Join the National Space Society, and support the local chapter through your membership.
Join the thousands of National Space Society members who share the vision of a vigorous future of exploration and settlement of outer space NSS members include people from all walks of life with a passion for space, including authors, astronauts, scientists, entrepreneurs, engineers, teachers, and other space enthusiasts. (From the NSS Web site.)
Membership benefits include the Ad Astra monthly magazine, the monthly e-mail newsletter NSS Downlink, and discounts on conferences and other events. Your NSS membership also gives you discounts on space-related merchandise and services.
For more information on NSS membership benefits, click here. Remember to include the NSS Seattle chapter code 022 when completing your national membership form.
Local Membership (Chapter Code 022)
Why join the NSS local Seattle chapter?
Joining is easy. Just show up at our next meeting and fill out a simple form. Or, if you prefer, fill out the form below.
No time to attend another group?
Support our outreach with your $15 membership fee or a larger donation – for new and improved displays, materials and handouts with your membership or make a donation. The Seattle Chapter participates in space-related events at local museums, school district science fairs, science fiction writers conventions, and promotes lectures and other space-related events in Puget Sound.
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Make your check payable to NSS Seattle. NSS is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Dues and donations are tax deductible. Mail to:
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|Did you know...
That NSS members get discounts at planetariums across the US?
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