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"Being a Solar System Ambassador has changed my life for the better. I have met so many wonderful and inspiring people, travelled to some awesome places and have made a mark in my community that established me as an active contributor to our little town's life. I'm so proud to be a member of this program." --Beate Czogalla, Milledgeville, Georgia

Who We Are
The Solar System Ambassadors program is a public engagement effort that works with motivated volunteers across the nation to communicate the science and excitement of NASA's space exploration missions and discoveries to the people in their communities.

Find Your Local Ambassador
To arrange for a Solar System Ambassador event, visit the Directory, select your state or territory and review the Ambassadors' biographies and previous events. Then click the link to contact an Ambassador directly by email. Ambassadors can also be found via last name.

Check the Event Calendar to see if an Ambassador event will be occurring in your local community.

Become an Ambassador
Applications to become a Solar System Ambassador are accepted once a year in September with the Announcement of Opportunity and application form posted on this site from September 1 - 30th.

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Last Updated: 17 Aug 2017