International Space Station: 20 Years of Continuous Human Presence will be distributed extensively throughout the community of professionals involved in the development, maintenance, and operation of the International Space Station. Copies will be circulated by controlled distribution to NASA, ESA, headquarters, facilities, and centers across the country; the aerospace and defense industry; academia and not-for-profits. A digital edition of the publication will be made available to the general public.
NASA Headquarters, Facilities and Centers, Advisory Groups, Administrator Staff Offices, Mission Directorates, and Mission Support Directorates.
Other Space Agencies Involved in Aerospace or Space Research, including the Department of Commerce, Department of Defense, Department of the Interior, and Department of Transportation.
Government leaders, including congressional leadership and the executive branch.
Commercial spaceflight developers, operators, and spaceports, including suppliers supporting commercial spaceflight, such as providers of mission support services or training services.
Universities, Colleges, and Not-for-Profit Institutes collaborating with NASA on research in the areas of aerospace, mechanical, electrical, and systems engineering; materials science; applied mathematics; meteorology; and other related fields.
International Space Agency Partners, including leadership at the European Space Agency (ESA), Italian Space Agency, Canadian Space Agency (CSA), Centre Nationale d’ Etudes Spatiales (CNES), Centre d’études et de Recherches de Toulouse (CERT), German Aerospace Center (DLR), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Swedish National Space Board, Swedish Space Corporation, British National Space Center, and the Australian Government Space Portal.