Upcoming Events

Celebrating NASA’s 60th Anniversary with Administrator Jim Bridenstine

Please join the CSIS Aerospace Security Project on Monday, July 23, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of NASA’s founding with Administrator Jim Bridenstine. Hear the Administrator’s vision for the agency’s future while honoring its decades-long history. The Administrator’s address will be followed by a panel discussion featuring two of his predecessors: Sean O’Keefe and Charlie Bolden.

Time1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

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Assessing Threats to Space Systems

Space is simultaneously a powerful enabler for the United States and a critical vulnerability. U.S. national security space systems are vulnerable to a wide range of threats, ranging from cyberattacks and jamming to direct-ascent anti-satellite (ASAT) missiles. CSIS’ Space Threat Assessment 2018 and the Secure World Foundation’s Global Counterspace Capabilities provide assessments of the open-source […]

Time4:30pm - 6:00pm
LocationThe Center for Strategic and International Studies

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34th Space Symposium

Hosted ByThe Space Foundation

The Space Symposium has become widely known as the premier U.S. space policy and program forum and as the “must attend” opportunity for information on and interaction among all sectors of space.

Time9:00 am - 5:00 pm
LocationThe Broadmoor Hotel

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The Quest to Colonize the Cosmos: How Billionaires are Changing the Space Industry

Join the CSIS Aerospace Security Project and author Chris Davenport as we discuss the historic quest to rekindle the human exploration and colonization of space led by two rivals and their vast fortunes, egos, and visions of space as the next entrepreneurial frontier.

Time5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

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Strategic National Security Space: FY19 Budget Forum

This conference, in collaboration with the CSIS Defense Budget Analysis Project, will address the dynamic national security space landscape including the release of the Trump administration’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget, the evolving threat environment, and changes in the organization of the national security space enterprise.

Time8:00 am - 11:30 am
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

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Scanning the Horizon for 2018: What’s Next in Cyber and Space?

Hosted ByThe International Institute for Strategic Studies

Military and commercial developments in both cyberspace and outer space are posing new foreign policy challenges. The event’s presenters will highlight potentially destabilizing trends and assess their likely impact on the future of international peace and security.

Time2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
LocationIISS-Americas

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En Route to the Moon: Creating a More Resilient Civil Space Architecture

The Trump Administration has emphasized civil and commercial space as one of its top priorities with the reinstatement of the National Space Council, the signing of Space Policy Directive 1, and the recent National Security Strategy, which prioritized the improvement of our U.S. space architecture resiliency. This conference will focus on how NASA and others can promptly adapt civil space architectures in pursuit of the Administration’s mission objectives.

Time10:00 am - 5:00 pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

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Dupont Summit on Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy

Hosted ByThe Policy Studies Organization

The purpose of the Dupont Summit is to promote interdisciplinary dialogue about pressing issues related to science, technology and the environment. The conference mirrors the interest of the PSO and its partners in promoting conversation about current policy concerns.

Time12:50 pm - 2:05 pm
LocationWhittemore House

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West Coast Aerospace Forum: Air and Space Power in a Multi-Domain World

Hosted ByThe RAND Corporation

Successful military operations in the modern age rely on the ability to effectively harness multi-domain capabilities, with information serving as the key lynchpin to put the right assets in place at the proper time to best achieve desired effects. This presents a new paradigm for the Department of Defense, one in which information stands as a co-equal to traditional elements of hardware—things like planes, ships, tanks, and satellites.

Time8:00 am - 3:30 pm
LocationRAND Corporation
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