The society for international space cooperation is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization whose sole purpose is to foster cooperation education and exchange among the countries of the world in the areas related to scientific advancement and the international exploration of space the society is dedicated to the idea that if there is to be future exploration of space we must all work together as one world to make it happen
Space themed activities and curriculum to make learning science and engineering fun.
2-3 day events for high school and college students to innovate solutions for space exploration challenges.
An online platform allowing everyone in the world to participate in the design and development of mission profiles and components for a human mission to Mars
An international student intern/apprenticeship program for the next generation of space professionals to interact with their counterparts around the world.
Who we are
We are a growing private nonprofit space interest group formed in 1997. We are composed of current and former astronauts, cosmonauts, scientists, artisans, educators, students, and members of the general public from all over the world with an interest in ensuring future space exploration
We have progressed to a time when technology is no longer the major obstacle to space exploration it is the political decisions and cost issues that will drive any future space ventures by promoting international cooperation in space we not only lower the costs for individual nations but go a long way towards promoting international understanding and a peaceful future
Our Motto: Let's Go!
The famous words of the first human to enter space Yuri Gagarin as he sat inside of his spacecraft waiting to begin the trip that would signal the beginning of the space age like him we are tired of the debating the bickering the delays and excuses if there is to be future exploration of space we must begin taking concrete steps now and get on with pursuing humanity's natural instinct for exploration
How to make a difference
If you would like to help make our goals real please consider becoming a member and volunteering your help.
Film Producer, Director, Writer
Entrepreneur and Educator
Space Advisor to Office of the President, Russian Government, President VAKO/Soyuz
Head of the Washington Office
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Former U.S. Astronaut,
Current Director, Center for Macromolecular Crystallography, University of Alabama
Ast, Aerospace Flight Systems NASA Marshall SFC
Director, Space Policy Institute
George Washington University
Director of Multimedia Affairs,
Over 800 former NASA Astronauts, Directors, and Employees
Centro de Astrobiologia, Spain
Space Attache, CNES Representative
Embassy of France, U.S.A.
U.S. Representative, Space Agency of Japan
SISC is an officially recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
All contributions are tax deductible.