Video Contest Asks Public Why Space Exploration Matters To Them

Why Space Matters.  Video Credit: CoalitionForSpace

The Coalition for Space Exploration wants to hear from the American public about why space exploration matters to them, and has launched a video contest called “Why Explore Space” to give citizens an opportunity to voice their opinions about why they believe space exploration should remain a national priority.  Participants are asked to share their ideas in a 1-2 minute video entry.  Entries will be accepted until May 19th, at which point the public will vote for the best videos.  The top 5 videos will then be judged by a panel of members from the Coalition for Space Exploration and the winner will receive an IPad3 and have their video played for national leaders in Washington D.C.

To read the competition rules and submit a video visit:

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