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The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy hosts this video 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. The Space Policy Show airs every Thursday at 1:00 pm ET. Go to https://csps.aerospace.org/events to register for reminders.#TheSpacePolicyShow
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
How do satellites help identify threats and track misbehavior at sea? What role do international and commercial space partnerships play in increasing our understanding of what is happening in the maritime domain? To learn more, join Kara Hernandez, from The Center for Space Policy & Strategy, and Dr. John Mittleman of US Naval Research Laboratory’s…
 
Space Operations Command (SpOC) was redesignated and transferred to the US Space Force less than two years ago. SpOC supports the operations readiness of USSF’s intelligence, cyber, space and combat forces. In this episode Leslie Blackham (Principal Director, Aerospace) hosts Lt. Gen. Stephen Whiting (Commander, SpOC) to talk about the field comman…
 
The integration of commercial space with national security space promises to save money and propel government innovation. However, in a conflict, such integration could blur the lines on what is a legitimate target. Is this integration a violation of the law of armed conflict for space? Join policy analyst Sam Wilson from The Center for Space Polic…
 
As the Arctic region continues to warm, it is becoming more congested and contested. Space domain awareness and space-based communications networks are playing an increased role in regional cooperation. The US, Russia and other Arctic states are seeing more shipping and interest in natural resources, while non-Arctic states like China may also be s…
 
Earth-observing satellites help us detect, monitor, and manage large forest fires. How does data from NASA space-based assets or the Canadian Space Agency’s WildFireSat program improve our capabilities to fight wildfires, and what else could be done? Join CSPS’s David Eccles as he talks to experts Joshua Johnston, PhD (Forest Fire Research Scientis…
 
Government agencies are increasingly looking to the commercial sector to meet their space mission needs. What are the drivers toward this hybrid architecture? How can government assess commercial readiness? Are there best practices the commercial sector could install? In this episode Aerospace’s Ronald Birk talks to Clare Grason, Chief of US Space …
 
“While humanity extends its reach further into space, our workforce must reflect all the people on Earth and the values to which we aspire.”* From industry and commercial to government and national laboratories, the space sector has a problem. Growing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the sector will ensure the future of a space workforce t…
 
What is our responsibility to keep the space environment sustainable for future generations? From space traffic management (STM) to banning debris-creating anti-satellite weapons tests (ASATs), space actors from all over the world are working to keep space useable for the common good. Join Dr. Angie Bukley, Principal Engineer at Aerospace’s Center …
 
GPS has huge benefits to society – from everyday convenience to national defense to massive economic value. What did we get right? What are challenges to its future? What are the alternative Position, Navigation, Timing (PNT) satellite alternatives? Join Ranwa Haddad, Technical Fellow at The Aerospace Corporation, as she talks to Professor Bradford…
 
What can we learn from the history of planetary science? What are the important stories of space exploration as told through curated museum collections? How can these help us better understand the human condition? Join Dr. Margaret Abraham, senior project leader in Aerospace’s Civil Systems Group, as she talks to Dr. Matthew Shindell, curator in th…
 
How does space fit into the international diplomatic framework of the UN? How do countries try to reach agreements on some of the biggest legal and technical issues in space? What are some of the greatest obstacles facing space diplomacy today? In this episode, Robin Dickey, policy analyst at the Center for Space Policy and Strategy, will interview…
 
Can an international space situational awareness (SSA) data sharing framework for assessing countries’ compliance with norms of behavior build enough support—from enough countries—to influence bad actors’ behavior in space? SSA helps to protect satellites and promote sustainability in space. In this episode, Dr. Mick Gleason, senior policy analyst …
 
What is an economy for space and what investments can we make now to build it? What are some key barriers and possible disrupters? Join Jamie Morin, Executive Director of The Center for Space Policy and Strategy, as he talks about this and more with Alex MacDonald, NASA’s Chief Economist, and Nicolas Peter, Head of the Space Policy and Entrepreneur…
 
Space is both part of, and separate from, other war domains – sea, air, and land. What’s needed to ready our forces across all the military services for successful space operations? How do we train and educate jointly, and with other countries, to protect common interests? The US Space Force is building on a long history of professional development…
 
Is NASA at an inflection point in terms of how it does business, manages missions and ensures safety? How might national space policy impact the future of NASA’s charter? The NASA Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) released it’s 2021 Annual Report to Congress in January. Key recommendations: 1) developing a strategic vision for exploration and …
 
Radiofrequency spectrum use is managed. How has this evolved with the explosion of new wireless technologies, 5G and space-based services? RF spectrum is finite. How can this essential, but limited, resource be more efficiently used? RF spectrum is competitive. How do we close the digital divide and meet growing user demands on both earth and in sp…
 
What does the lunar and cislunar environment look like over the next 10 years? What scientific experiments are being planned? What new technologies will be tested? What will we learn on the Moon to prepare us for Mars? Where is competition greatest? Join senior policy analyst Dr. Angie Bukley as she talks to Kaitlyn Johnson, Deputy Director and Fel…
 
The International Telecommunication Union, a specialized UN agency, facilitates inter-connection of the world’s communications networks, including coordinating the precious spectrum and orbital resources that support satellites and other space missions. The impact of ITU decisions on spectrum connectivity, space services, and the private sector is …
 
Why is international cooperation in space important? How does the US military pursue and sustain relationships with other space nations? What are the continuing challenges? Join Dr. Mick Gleason (Aerospace) as he explores this and more with Colonel Raj Agrawal, USSF, Chief of the International Affairs Space Division in the Department of the Air For…
 
1 in 5 fish that land on a dinner plate in America is a result of illegal fishing.* How do satellites identify illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing around the globe? What remote sensing data can be combined to better understand the extent of illegal fishing beyond what shipboard trackers do? Space-based capabilities have shed light on…
 
US Space Force Guardians are operating from almost a clean slate when it comes to building its culture and workforce. At least that what the foundational document, Guardian Ideal, demonstrates with its fresh approach to talent management in the newest service. What are the core values – the four C’s? How do you bake resiliency into a workforce? How…
 
With the US Space Force seeking to be a transformative military service from the onset, how is the Space Operations Command working to be lean and agile through better data flow, digital operations, and partnerships? Leveraging international partnerships is key to U.S. success in space; what more can be done to remove roadblocks and nurture those r…
 
How can space satellites help identify pollution and unsustainable land use practices? From oil spills to methane super-emitters, the view from space can spotlight the worst polluters. So why isn’t there better environmental accountability when so much earth monitoring data is available? In this episode Samira Patel talks to Karen Jones (Aerospace)…
 
Enlisted members of the US Space Force can look to the highest-ranking non-commissioned officer in the service to advise the top leadership on their welfare, readiness, morale and military effectiveness. The first-ever appointed Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force, and the second member to join the new service overall is CMSSF Roger Towberman.…
 
How does NASA help prepare for astronauts to remain in isolation and confinement for long-duration space flight to Mars? Enter SIRIUS-21 – an 8 month analogue mission that will conduct physiological and psychological experiments with an international crew from the US, Russia and the United Arab Emirates. The Scientific International Research in Uni…
 
Are space systems considered “critical infrastructure”? How much of our lives are dependent on space, what’s at risk and how should it be protected? Find out from the 2021 Value of Space Summit directors, Erin Miller (Executive Director, Space ISAC) and Lori Gordon (Aerospace) as they talk to Sam Wilson (CSPS) with highlights and next steps from th…
 
Large and mega constellations of small satellites are being launched and planned for low earth orbit. This proliferated environment has various regulatory bodies depending on who owns the satellite and what the purpose of the mission is – civil, commercial, scientific, educational, or defense. Who has accountability? With more satellites comes high…
 
Secure World Foundation’s co-founder has a vision that space should be secure and sustainable, and used for peaceful purposes that benefit all of humanity. Listen to Aerospace’s Dr. Angie Bukley talk to current President, co-founder and philanthropist, Cynda Collins Arsenault, about SWF and her other foundational work empowering women for our futur…
 
Have you ever imagined a city or suburb with unmanned aerial vehicles ready to take you or your goods where they need to go? How do air traffic policy and regulations need to change for the most promising use cases to be realized? Is the technology really there yet? Join Aerospace experts Emily Cadima and Christopher Lawson as they talk to Dipasis …
 
How are the nation’s FFRDC’s managing the current upswing across the country to bring greater diversity, equity and inclusion to the forefront? Why is DEI important to the US space enterprise? What role does leadership play? In this episode join AF Maj Gen (ret) Ed Bolton, as he talks with Tony Magaro (Southwest Research Institute), Via Van Liew (A…
 
How is the US Air Force Academy making changes to its military training and academic curriculum to better prepare cadets for entering the Space Force? Developing space-ready officers is a joint effort. This episode features Colonel Jeffrey Greenwood (USSF) and Colonel Luke Sauter (AF) from the Academy answering questions from Aerospace expert Mick …
 
In-space rescue of distressed spacecraft in low earth orbit, or anywhere else in space, has limited capabilities today. Without rescue plans in place, today’s space travelers will journey at their own risk. Listen to experts George Nield (former FAA) and Grant Cates (Aerospace) talk to Kreston Barron of The Center for Space Policy & Strategy about …
 
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