Past Events

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

Space Environment: Total Payloads Launched by Country

The following is an excerpt from Appendix A of “Escalation and Deterrence in the Second Space Age,” a featured report from the CSIS Aerospace Security Project.   The analysis of the space environment presented in the first chapter of this report utilizes data from publicly available databases, including Space-Track.org (Space-Track), the Union of Concerned Scientists’ (UCS) […]

Past Events

NASA’s Role in International Affairs

A conversation with NASA Administrator Major General Charles F. Bolden, Jr., USMC, Ret. This wide ranging discussion will explore NASA’s past, present, and future role in foreign relations to include NASA’s contributions to U.S. national security and international security more broadly.

Time3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies
Page2 / 2