The NASA Planetary Science Education and Public Outreach (E/PO) Community consists of individuals and groups who strive to develop and implement educational content based on the science and experteise available at and through NASA.
The Global Catastrophic Risk Institute (GCRI) is a think tank leading research, education, and professional networking on global catastrophic risk. The mission of GCRI is to help mobilize the world's intellectual and professional resources to meet humanity's gravest threats.
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Yuri's Night is an international celebration held on April 12 every year to commemorate space exploration milestones. The goal of Yuri's Night is to increase public interest in space exploration and to inspire a new generation of explorers. Yuri's Night creates a global community of young people committed to shaping the future of space exploration while developing responsible leaders and innovators with a global perspective.
The Space Generation Advisory Council is a non-governmental organisation that aims to represent students and young space professionals to the United Nations, States, and space agencies. SGAC has permanent observer status in the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. The One Flag in Space initiative is an offshoot of the Space Generation Congress, SGAC's yearly world meeting.
The Open Luna Foundation is a non-profit foundation that seeks to return mankind to the lunar surface, first through robotic missions, followed by manned exploration, culminating in an eight person permanent outpost, and to do all of this in a way that it is accessible to everyone. Their research and technology is open-source. OpenLuna is privately funded, and one of their specific goals is to reach out to the community and educational systems to spread interest, enthusiasm, and involvement.
Astronauts4Hire is a non profit organization whose goal is to create the first pool of private astronauts to meed the need of commercial space flight. A4H members are NASTAR trained payload specialists who can conduct experiments, monitor equipment, or be test subjects.