Updated Sept 10, 2019
As part of our new website launch, we are rolling out a new Members Area with new member-to-member discussion features. We anticipate the new Members Area being ready by September 15, 2019.
Your previous username, email address, member ID, chapter/location, and all other profile details you previously submitted have been archived and will be applied to your profile on the new Members area.
Here is the content we offered in the previous version of the Members Area for your reference:
Benefits of Membership to the Mars Society include a membership card, a special invitation and discount to the International Mars Society Convention, regular Mars Society email updates and announcements, an opportunity to participate in local Mars Society chapter events and activities and special access to exclusive online chats, webinars and discussions with leading Mars experts and scientists.
Sign up for the Mars Society Newsletter
Participate in the New Mars Discussion Forums
Purchase items from our Official Online Store
Chapters of the Mars Society are local, independent groups which are organized by members. There are Mars Society chapters in many U.S. states, and countries around the world. These groups typically work on Mars-related projects together.
Chapter Documention – find information on forming/re-forming and growing a chapter.
Once you are ready to begin, submit the Chapter Interest Form to make us aware of your interest, and so we can help you by connecting you with other members in your region.
Submit updates on your chapter including Photos and Videos by using the Chapter Updates Form.
Task Forces of the Mars Society are organized to accomplish specific goals or support existing projects. If you are interested in Volunteering for one or more of these task forces, please send a note to our Volunteers Coordinator, Florence Matsch ([email protected]).
Marspedia Editorial & Technical Subcommittees – responsible for keeping the Marspedia online encyclopedia up to date with great articles and the latest technology. Volunteers of all skill levels can assist. Contact James Burk ([email protected]) or join the weekly Editorial telecon.
Social Media Task Force – responsible for public outreach through social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media channels. Led by Michael Stoltz ([email protected])