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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. Currently, Ad Astra has a monthly circulation of approximately 52,000 (print and digital).

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  • 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. Currently, Ad Astra has a monthly circulation of approximately 52,000 (print and digital).
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  • Ad Astra, 2021, Cover story: "Clash of the Titans"
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  • 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. Currently, Ad Astra has a monthly circulation of approximately 52,000 (print and digital). Imaginova, publisher of Space.com, published Ad Astra from 2005 to 2008. From 2008 until the company closed, the magazine was published by MM Publishing. The magazine was briefly published by Space.com until 2010, then reverted to internal publication by NSS contractors. Since 2017, Ad Astra's Editor-in-Chief has been Rod Pyle, a space journalist, radio personality, and author of 17 books. Regular columnists include John F. Kross, Rod Pyle, Pascal Lee, Emily Carney, Frank White (of the Overview Effect), Dale Skran, Nancy Atkinson, Anthony Paustian, Ben Evans, Al Globus, Elizabeth Howell, Manfred "Dutch" von Ehrenfried, Melissa Silva, and John Mankins. The magazine features the artwork of James Vaughan. The Ad Astra staff includes Editor-in-Chief Rod Pyle, Managing Editor Aggie Kobrin, Assistant Editor Melissa Silva, Copy Editor Shaun Kobrin, Art Director and Graphic Designer Michele Rodriguez, and Advising Art Director Geoffrey Notkin.
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