ASP Recognizes its Contributor of the Year and Outstanding Contributors for 2018

ASP would like to recognize Andrew Butterfield as our Contributor of the Year for 2018.  He took great initiative within our organization by leading our general meetings and building solid foundations for the ASP’s future growth through prudent financial planning and efforts to update our business plan.  Thank-you Andrew for all of your efforts! We … Read moreASP Recognizes its Contributor of the Year and Outstanding Contributors for 2018

Association of Spaceflight Professionals 2018 Year in Review

Below is a year in review and a summary of our goals for 2019.  I am grateful for the dedication of our executive team and the hard work of key members in accomplishing all that we did. Work proceeds steadily on our various space projects.  Jeremy Saget and the student engineering team at the University of Toronto … Read moreAssociation of Spaceflight Professionals 2018 Year in Review

Association of Spaceflight Professionals, Inc. Year in Review

The Association of Spaceflight Professionals, Inc. has laid an important foundation and is poised for further growth.  Key to our success over the past 12 months and beyond has been the dedication, courage, and commitment of several of our members. We admire our grant-writing team who submitted a proposal to the NASA Flight Opportunities Program … Read moreAssociation of Spaceflight Professionals, Inc. Year in Review

Two ASP Abstracts Accepted at the Next Generation Suborbital Researchers’ Conference

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – October 28th, 2017 – The Next Generation Suborbital Researchers’ Conference accepted two of ASP abstracts for their conference.  One is on a first order model of a bone cell and the other describes a microgravity test bed.  A huge congratulations goes out to Brien Posey, our Engineering/Technology Working Group Team Lead, … Read moreTwo ASP Abstracts Accepted at the Next Generation Suborbital Researchers’ Conference

The Association of Spaceflight Professionals Submits NASA Grant Proposal

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – July 9th, 2017 –  The Association of Spaceflight Professionals has announced today the submission of a NASA grant proposal, as a part of the June 2017 NASA REDDI grant solicitation. Although the proposal has not yet been accepted, the submission is significant because it represents an initial effort to achieve the … Read moreThe Association of Spaceflight Professionals Submits NASA Grant Proposal

Astronauts4Hire (A4H) is now the Association of Spaceflight Professionals (ASP)

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Hello, aspiring astronauts and space enthusiasts! We have some very exciting news. After around a year of brainstorming, polling, and deliberation, Astronauts4Hire Inc., known in short as A4H, has officially been re-branded as the Association of Spaceflight Professionals, Inc., to be further abbreviated as ASP. This move was made after much careful consideration from our … Read moreAstronauts4Hire (A4H) is now the Association of Spaceflight Professionals (ASP)