Past Events

Tactically Responsive Space: A Holistic Approach

In September 2023, a new record was set in space launch. Just 27 hours after receiving an order to launch, a team comprised of U.S. Space Systems Command, Boeing’s Millennium Space Systems (which built the satellite) and Firefly Aerospace (which built the rocket) successfully launched a satellite into low Earth orbit. Named VICTUS NOX, the […]

Time2:00pm ET
LocationCSIS HQ and Online

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Implementing Competitive Endurance: Space Intelligence

Please join the CSIS Aerospace Security Project virtually on Tuesday, October 10, 2023, 3:00 – 4:00 PM EDT, for a conversation with Major General Gregory J. Gagnon, Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Intelligence, U.S. Space Force, and Brigadier General Brian D. Sidari, Director of Intelligence, U.S. Space Command.  Maj. Gen. Gagnon and Brig. Gen. Sidari will sit down […]

Time3:00pm ET - 4:00pm ET
LocationStream on Registration Event Page

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Looking South: A Conversation with GEN Laura Richardson on Security Challenges in Latin America

Hosted ByCSIS Aerospace Security Project and CSIS Smart Women Smart Power

The Center for Strategic and International Studies will host a virtual Smart Women, Smart Power and Aerospace Security Project conversation with General Laura J. Richardson, U.S. Army, 32nd Commander of the United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM). General Richardson will sit down with Dr. Kathleen McInnis, Director of the CSIS Smart Women, Smart Power Initiative, and Kari Bingen, Director of the CSIS Aerospace […]

Time10:00am ET
LocationOnline Only

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A Contested Domain: From Space Theory to Practice

Hosted ByCSIS Aerospace Security Project and Secure World Foundation

On Wednesday, May 10 at 2:00pm ET the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Secure World Foundation (SWF) will host a virtual two-part event exploring space threat trends and how the U.S. Space Force is preparing Guardians to operate in a contested environment. This event will first feature a fireside chat with U.S. Space Training […]

Time2:00pm - 4:00pm ET
LocationOnline Only

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Theory of Success: A Conversation with General Saltzman

Please join the Aerospace Security Project on Wednesday, February 22 at 10:00am ET as director Kari A. Bingen sits down with General B. Chance Saltzman, Chief of Space Operations (CSO) to discuss his thoughts on a ‘Theory of Success’ for the U.S. Space Force and his vision and priorities for the service. This will be a wide-ranging conversation on the role […]

Time10:00 - 11:00am ET
LocationCSIS Headquarters and Livestream

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Emerging Security Issues in Space Policy

On Wednesday, December 14 at 1:30pm ET the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) hosted a two-part event exploring emerging security issues in space policy. This event featured a fireside chat with the first Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy, the Honorable John F. Plumb, PhD, followed by a panel discussion on the satellite broadband competition […]

Time1:30pm ET - 4:30pm ET
LocationCSIS Headquarters and YouTube Livestream

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Lt. Gen. Stephen N. Whiting on Posturing U.S. Space Operations for a Warfighting Advantage

It is arguably one the most significant transformative periods in national security space history,1 affecting all aspects of space organization, capabilities, operations, readiness, training, and culture.  Space Operations Command (SpOC) – which will mark two years as part of the U.S. Space Force this month – is an essential part of that transformation.  As a field […]

Time12:30pm ET
LocationOnline Only

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Tracking Developments in Counterspace Weapons

Hosted ByCSIS Aerospace Security Project and Secure World Foundation

Please join CSIS’s Aerospace Security Project and the Secure World Foundation as they discuss tracking developments in counterspace weapons. The conversation is on the heels of reports published by each organization, the Space Threat Assessment 2022 and Global Counterspace Capabilities Report.

Time9:00am - 10:30am ET
LocationYouTube Livestream

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Dancing Lights in Space: How to Manage The Risks of Satellite Close Approaches in Geostationary Orbit

  Both commercial satellite operators and governments are increasingly concerned about uncoordinated close approaches of their satellites by others in space, particularly in the geostationary belt where many valuable commercial and national security satellites reside. The Aerospace Security Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Secure World Foundation (SWF) are […]

Time10am - 12pm ET
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