Ad Astra (magazine)
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Ad Astra, Summer 2008 issue. ON THE COVER: Special Report: Back to the Moon
|Company||National Space Society|
|Based in||Washington DC|
Ad Astra is the quarterly magazine of the National Space Society (NSS). The name literally means "To the Stars". The magazine came into being following the merger of the L5 Society and the National Space Institute which became the NSS in 1987. The magazine was established in 1989. It is based in Washington DC.
Printing & Graphics Communications Association:
- Award of Excellence for 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999
- Best of Category for 2003, 2002
- Best Web Printed Piece for 2003
International Association of Business Communicators:
- Silver Inkwell Award of Excellence for 2002
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- "National Space Society selects new publisher for Ad Astra magazine; New York City-based MM Publishing Inc. takes over publishing, editing duties in 2008", Press release, November 28, 2007, National Space Society
- "National Space Society partners with Space.com to create new online destination for Ad Astra magazine; appoints Imaginova Corp. publisher of magazine", Press release, January 31, 2005, National Space Society and Imaginova