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The Iowa State Space Society (ISSS) is an Iowa State University organization whose purpose is to assist students in constructing high-power rockets, stargazing, and learning about the exploration and development of space.

The Iowa State Space Society was founded by students at Iowa State in the late 1980s, died out and was restarted in the 1990s. Originally formed as a chapter of the National Space Society, we are now a chapter of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS). We are a registered student organization, funded through GSB, the Government of the Student Body at Iowa State.

ISSS has a history of outreach, speaking to and working with K-12 students, participating in political discussions, and holding public stargazing events. Please contact us if you would like us to come to your school and build rockets with students or speak to them.

The Iowa State Space Society sponsors trips to national conferences on space and trips to high-powered rocket launches as well as various excursions to space museums.

–> See the ISSS Wiki for more historical information. <–

If you would like to receive e-mail updates about ISSS meetings and events, please e-mail contactisss@iastate.edu and ask to be added to the e-mail list. If you would like to become a member of the Iowa State Space Society, talk to the treasurer at our meetings and pay the $10/semester membership dues.

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