Space Fellowship

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Space Fellowship
Type Private
Industry Aerospace and News
Founded 2003
Headquarters Exmouth, UK[citation needed]
Key people Sigurd De Keyser
Matthias De Keyser
Robert Goldsmith
Klaus Schmidt
Website www.SpaceFellowship.com

The Space Fellowship is an international news and information network dedicated to the development of the space industry.

The organisation works to report and communicate space news and information to its valued community. Offering a unique and fresh approach, the International Space Fellowship works alongside leading space organisations with the goal of bringing space to the general public. Its online news service provides visitors with the latest news and updates from both inside and outside the space community.[1]

History[edit]

In the early days the Space Fellowship was the Official X PRIZE Foundation web forum and a separate X PRIZE blog on Google's blogspot. On 12 July 2004 the X PRIZE Foundation web forum and the X PRIZE blog spot joined to form the X PRIZE News. On 18 October 2005 the X PRIZE News was renamed to the International Space Fellowship.[citation needed]

Members[edit]

Aerospace companies / Teams and prizes having their official forums listed on the Space Fellowship are:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Introduction to the International Space Fellowship". Retrieved on December 24, 2009.

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