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The Space Policy Show

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The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy hosts this series to bring our policy experts together with thought leaders, government, academia and professionals from throughout the space community to discuss current trends and views. Go to https://csps.aerospace.org/events to subscribe for webcast reminders or find us on YouTube. #TheSpacePolicyShow
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What does the concept of dynamic space operations (DSO) mean and how might it impact the future of space operations and the way wars are fought? What are the mutual benefits of this type of sustained maneuver for other domains and for other sectors? What needs to be done to make DSO a reality technologically, politically, and operationally? In this…
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UK-based space writer Gurbir Singh, author of the book The Indian Space Programme: India’s Incredible Journey from the Third World towards the First, joins the show to help us understand India’s growing ambitions and capabilities in space.
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Which commercial ISAM technologies offer military utility? How do these change the arena of contested space and deterrence? How will the future of Space Access, Mobility & Logistics (SAML) for national defense play into USSF’s competitive endurance framework? Learn more in this episode with Aerospace Corporation's Margaux Hoar as she talks to Colon…
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Though the Space Shuttle program lasted 30 years and built the ISS, it fell short of NASA's goals for cost, reusability, and reliability. Can a program be both a worldly success and a policy failure? In this Space Policy Edition, we dissect a classic space policy paper and debate its relevance today.…
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According to the Outer Space Treaty, authorization or certification for launch is the responsibility of each launching nation, as well as continuing supervision in space. What are the competing national and international frameworks for this? How do standards and interoperability play into these policies specifically for in-space servicing, assembly…
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US leadership off-world is not guaranteed. What strategies are being employed at the national level to support in-space servicing, assembly, and manufacturing (ISAM) industry and technology? How is civil space working with commercial and defense space sectors to develop – and test – technology? What are the commonalities between it all and how is r…
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In the world of ISAM (in-space servicing, assembly, and manufacturing) what should we use humans for and what should we use robotics for? What have we learned from decades of their partnership and what can we bring forward into the future? Do we always need humans-in-the-loop? In this episode experts Martha Hess and Jerry Miller from the Aerospace …
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Why do we want to service satellites rather than deorbit them? What do we and could we assemble and manufacture in space? What technologies exist and what are the biggest challenges to expanding a viable in-space servicing assembly and manufacturing (ISAM) economy? In this episode Colleen Stover hosts Aerospace experts Dr. Shannon Zirbel (Vehicle E…
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CONFERS is an international consortium of industry and government stakeholders in the global satellite servicing sector aiming to set standards and best practices to grow the commercial space sector. Think satellite maintenance, refueling and repair and how that could lead to life extension and less debris. Think manufacturing and assembly in space…
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The National Cislunar Science & Technology Strategy was released by the White House in November 2022. What progress has been made? How does this visionary strategy lean into the interests of the US, our international partners, and industry? In creating the strategy, what were historical precedents and what is the role of government in the cislunar …
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The expansion of space activities to new space actors in LEO and into the cislunar regime, has challenged policymakers to ask the right questions to continue bringing benefits to life on Earth, support commercial innovation and investments, and protect the environment for all users, including our international partners. This episode features Dr Ezi…
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How does the US Space Force attract the right talent? In addition to STEM, what other skills are needed in our Guardians? What’s unique about the defense space workforce and how does it compete? Aerospace’s Colleen Stover (Center for Space Policy & Strategy) and Lina Cashin (National Security Space Programs Policy & Oversight) speak to Col Stuart P…
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How can satellites be attacked? How and why do we place satellites in certain places? What does that have to do with defending them? What can satellites actually do… and not do? Join Aerospace experts Kristen Kolarik (Combat Power and Battle Management) and Britany Washburn (Mission Analysis & Operations) as they break down some of the basic questi…
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Is cybersecurity the Achilles heel of all our space services? What are national and international strategic approaches that could be taken? Is there room for a “good enough for now” minimum standard, or a government agency to manage risk in the cyber domain? This episode highlights this and more with Aerospace experts Samuel Visner (Aerospace Techn…
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Scott Pace, the prior executive secretary of the National Space Council, discusses why Artemis is of strategic value to U.S. national interests — and why the Moon is unique as a destination to drive global space exploration.
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From the Eisenhower administration, through the Cold War, and into the modern era space has been a domain of competition and cooperation. How have strategies employed by the US changed and stayed the same over the decades? In what ways has the warfighter been integrated into that evolution? Join Dr Mick Gleason and Robin Dickey from Aerospace’s Cen…
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How does the US Space Force face the reality of space as a warfighting domain versus space as a key enabler? What is the role of service-level joint forces, our collective of international allies, and commercial space actors? Does Command and Control (C2) take on different meaning? Join Aerospace Corporation’s Jean Michael (General Manager, Space S…
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There is little argument as to the importance of keeping space usable – both government and industry leaders continue to weigh in at the 5th annual Summit for Space Sustainability. Proponents of sustainability for space have traditionally looked at the environment as crowded, with great attention given to space traffic coordination, debris mitigati…
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How does the Department of Commerce help US leadership in the space sector? What does government do to leverage commercial R&D and capabilities? How do protective measures against China not impede US industry? Join Jamie Morin, Executive Director CSPS and Alan Estevez, Under Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security as they break down the com…
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Jean Toal Eisen, former senior staff on the Senate Appropriations Committee, joins the show to reveal the decision-making process, priorities, and motivations of those who control the U.S. space program's funding.
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How does the US Department of State shape national security space through diplomacy? Why did the U.S. make a commitment to not conduct destructive, direct-ascent missile tests and how is that commitment in U.S. national interests? Do norms of responsible behavior for space matter if Russia and China can ignore them? How do developments in commercia…
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What’s the difference between California’s Western Range in Santa Barbara County and Florida’s Eastern Range at Canaveral? The number of launches and interest in “space mobility” is growing, commercial companies are keen – how do terrain, infrastructure, stewardship, customer-base, and the search for talent play into it? Will the Western Range one …
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Dr. Erika Nesvold, astrophysicist and author of the new book Off-Earth: Ethical Questions and Quandaries for Living in Outer Space explores the ethical challenges facing our species as it dips its toe into living beyond our home planet.
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How is commercial space contributing to development of a cislunar ecosystem? What infrastructure is needed to make cislunar sustainable? What is the workforce needed? After capabilities are developed and deployed, how will we implement? Join Aerospace Corporation’s Ron Birk (also President, American Astronautical Society) as he talks to Dr. Kathlee…
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The pace of launch is accelerating, and at Florida’s Eastern Range 80-90% of launches are commercial. How does the US Space Force move from a “Range of the Future” model to a “Spaceport of the Future” model? What architecture is needed; how can policy better support? From automation enabled by robotics and AI, to the rising importance of space mobi…
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Dr. Matt Daniels of the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy joins the show to discuss the White House’s new cislunar space strategy, its ambitions, and implications for the future of lunar exploration and development.
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How do science fiction shows compare to real life diplomacy and politics? Join two serious space policy experts as they dive into the military-civil balance, the role of non-state actors, the use of off-the-record negotiations and personal credibility in some of your favorite science fiction shows. Join Robin Dickey (Center for Space Policy & Strat…
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As humans probe ever deeper into space, there is potential to discover where we came from, what we are made of, and how to effect change right back here on Earth. What technological advances are being made in deep space programs? Why is deep space exploration important to humanity, if at all? In today’s episode, we discuss this and more with Aerosp…
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The integration of commercial space activities into government systems is not new, but its growing. From civil to defense to the intelligence community – the services and innovation that commercial space start-ups can offer is becoming ever more dynamic. The trick is getting it right. Join Colleen Stover (Center for Space Policy & Strategy) as she …
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The Aerospace Corporation analog mission crew will be entering the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) in Utah to simulate living and working on Mars. What experiments will help understand the future of human space exploration? What do they expect to learn about how the future of off planet living will be and how can space policy today support the …
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What’s the difference between the EU, ESA, and the individual countries in Europe when it comes to space? How do shifting geo-politics shape the continent’s relationship to space? What’s the role of space power and the private sector in Europe? Join Dr Mick Gleason from The Center for Space Policy & Strategy as he hosts Dr Kai-Uwe Schrogl, Special …
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The value of space goes beyond your GPS. From timestamped banking to precision farming, and from disaster recovery to wildfire mitigation – the value of space reaches beyond what you might think. How do we sustain the benefits space offers? The Aerospace Corporation and Space ISAC (Information Sharing and Analysis Center) have teamed up for the 3rd…
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More traffic on the road means more rules to protect drivers – the same is true for the space domain. With more actors, larger constellations, and expanding human space flight – there needs to be greater attention to safety in space if we are to continue reaping benefits from space. The Aerospace Corporation’s Space Safety Institute has issued a co…
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What are key past, present, and future efforts by the U.S. government to help shape norms of behavior for making space safe, secure, and sustainable? What does the recent US commitment not to conduct destructive, direct-ascent anti-satellite (ASAT) missile testing mean? In this episode Robin Dickey (Center for Space Policy & Strategy) talks to Rick…
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What efforts are underway to prove that we aren’t alone in the universe? How will the market evolve for commercial space stations in LEO, in-space manufacturing, space tourism, and a robust cislunar ecosystem? Dr Pete Worden (Chairman of the Breakthrough Prize Foundation and Executive Director of the foundation’s ‘Breakthrough Initiatives’) discuss…
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Once again the Satellite Industry Association (SIA) has released the annual State of the Satellite Industry Report 2022, produced by BryceTech. Today’s show features the Center for Space Policy and Strategy’s Audrey Allison talking to Tom Stroup, President of SIA, about key findings from the report. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about perfor…
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What is the difference between an exercise and a wargame? How does space play into game design? What makes a wargame good versus poorly designed? In this episode, Aerospace’s Dr. Nick Martin talks to other experts in the field: Dr. Ellie Bartels, co-Director of RAND Corporation’s Center for Gaming, and Brian Raymond, Director of US Space Force’s ST…
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There are many existing terrestrial sources for renewable energy including hydroelectric, geothermal, solar and wind. But Space Based Solar Power (SBSP) promises to harness unlimited sunlight from space. In this episode, Karen Jones (Space Economist and Policy Analyst, Center for Space Policy & Strategy) talks to Martin Soltau (co-Chair of the Unit…
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While the US military has traditionally managed the world’s space situational awareness (SSA) database of objects orbiting Earth, the bulk of this service is being transferred to the civilian US Office of Space Commerce (OSC). What is a “basic” tracking service that OSC could offer versus an “advanced” service that paying customers could use a comm…
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Former NASA Associate Administrator Mike Gold shepherded the Artemis Accords, a set of bilateral agreements for collaboration in human space exploration. Casey Dreier spoke with him in Florida as we awaited the launch of Artemis 1.
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