Please join for a conversation with NASA Astronaut Dr. Jeanette Epps. She will discuss her pathbreaking experiences as an astronaut and the importance of international cooperation in space.
If an American astronaut wants to go to outer space, they have to go through Russia to get there. And so far, an African American has never been launched on a Russian rocket. Last month’s launch was supposed to change that.
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.
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.
On January 18, 2018, the CSIS Aerospace Security Project hosted “En Route to the Moon: Creating a Civil Space Architecture” a public forum on securing civil space systems in the new era of NASA.
Todd Harrison sat down with former NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe to discuss how the U.S. military’s increasing reliance on space-based capabilities raises a number of issues, such as how to deter threats and increase cooperation with partners and allies in space.