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This will be of interest to many in the field of science, you may
wish to pass it along.  As per attached.

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Social Studies Dept Chair      fax > 314 898 3140
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H L Purdin High School               wgrimes@bigcat.missouri.edu
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 1994 15:07:09 -0500
From: John Lewis <jlewis@quark.qrc.com>
Subject: WWW> Space Activism page on WWW (fwd)


Space Activism page available on the World Wide Web (WWW)

NASA's budget is currently under review, and the atmosphere on the
Hill is pretty grim.  WE NEED YOUR HELP!  If you are interested in
supporting space development and exploration, see the Space Activism
home page at:


for information and tips on how best to get involved, links to current
space related projects and programs, government information, and other
space related sites and documents on the Internet.

Writing letters to your representatives IS effective and DOES make a
difference.  For example:

    To give you all a calibrator for what constitutes a large response
    on an issue like this, one House staffer on the Science, Space,
    and Technology Subcommittee (not the appropriations subcommittee)
    said she was amazed at the amount of letters their office had
    received - they got a grand total of ten.  It seems that on a
    low-budget item like Surveyor, anything more than half a dozen
    letters is considered a big response.  The power of net-prompted
    letter-writing campaigns becomes immediately apparent.

        Jeff Moersch: <moersch@astrosun.tn.cornell.edu> regarding the
    Mars Surveyor Program

To access the WWW and the Space Activism page using telnet:

        telnet sunsite.unc.edu
        login: lynx
        type g (for go to)
        then http://muon.qrc.com/space/start.html

Please help support space development and exploration.  Make your
voice heard!

                            John Lewis
jlewis@quark.qrc.com                            http://muon.qrc.com/

     Space Activism Page http://muon.qrc.com/space/start.html


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