The Space Policy Show: Space Agenda 2021 Showcase

Date & Time
November 05, 2020 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern Time


The value of space in our everyday lives is apparent.  The space enterprise is a fast growing sector of the U.S. economy, science and exploration, national security, and technology.  The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy has created a series of discussion papers—Space Agenda 2021—on topics that are already at the forefront, or are likely to emerge in the next few years. Join authors as they introduce some of these topics and highlight the issues and questions that decisionmakers could be asking.  The Space Agenda 2021 series offers concise background, analyses, and options to aid government decisionmakers, industry leaders, journalists, students, and other parties interested in the future of U.S. space efforts. Tune in for more! 

Defense Space Partnerships: A Strategic Priority [Sam Wilson, Colleen Stover, Steven Jordan Tomaszewski]

The Moon and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities for NASA’s Artemins Program [Angie Bukley]

The Arctic: Space-enabled Persistence and Transparency in the Arctic to Support Infrastructure and National Security Needs [Karen Jones & Lina Cashin]

Space Traffic Management: The Challenges of Large Constellations, Orbital Debris and the Rapid Changes in Space Operations [Marlon Sorge, Bill Ailor, Ted Muelhaupt]



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