The Promoting Resilience and Efficiency in Preparing for Attacks and Responding to Emergencies Act, or PREPARE Act, of 2017 (H.R. 2922) is a bill introduced in the United States House of Representatives by U.S. Representative Dan Donovan (R-New York).

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US ‘ready to fight in space if we have to’, says military official | Threat posed by ‘provocative’ Russia and China has left US no choice but to prepare for orbital skirmishes

Fake alien message sent to Earth to prepare us for first contact

Astronomers Prepare for the Next Thousand Years of Hazardous Asteroid Impacts

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China and France prepare to launch satellite to hunt for gamma-ray bursts

Astronomers Prepare for a Total View of Total Solar Eclipses

China's Shenzhou 15 astronauts prepare for their 1st spacewalk

Miniature sun with simulated gravity could help prepare us for deadly solar storms

Astronomers Prepare to Launch LuSEE Night, A Test Observatory on the Far Side of the Moon

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