Changing Spaces and Places: National Security Space in a Time of Transition
Join The George Washington University Space Policy Institute and The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy & Strategy for discussions on the issues underlying today’s debates about how to reorganize national security space.
Space Policy Webinar - Shooting for the Moon: Opportunities and Challenges for Cislunar Development
As the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing on July 20, 1969, approaches, new lunar missions are generating interest and excitement. What is the potential for developing the area near and around the moon, known as cislunar space?
Game Changer: On-Orbit Servicing
A new generation of cooperative spacecraft designed specifically for on-orbit servicing could upgrade their own hardware every few years — a need that has been identified by the commercial, civil, and military satellite sectors. How might on-orbit servicing change the game?
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