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Back When No One Online Could Cover NASA

By Keith Cowing
March 5, 2021

Keith’s note: From my 24 July 1999 NASA PAO media accreditation request:
“NASA Watch is read regularly (during regular working hours) from all NASA centers, the White House (they even asked me to post an OMB job opening on NASA Watch), other agencies, Congress, the aerospace industry, reporters for the “legitimate” press. It is also read by people from countries and locations around the world – including Antarctica. Readership is growing, not fading. I can only surmise that this is because NASA Watch offers something called “news” – even if it is often presented alongside clearly denoted editorial opinion. NASA Watch is only the beginning of what will follow. Others will soon be online (and not in print) who are much more adept at this art than I. They too will be asking for accreditation.”

NASA Watch founder, Explorers Club Fellow, ex-NASA, Away Teams, Journalist, Space & Astrobiology, Lapsed climber.