Past Events

Examining NASA’s Role in U.S. Foreign Policy

This event has been postponed A Conversation with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine   Please join the Center for Strategic and International Studies for a conversation with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on exploring NASA’s historic and future role in U.S. foreign policy. The Administrator’s address will be followed by a public Q&A and will be followed by a panel […]

Time9:00 am - 11:00 am
LocationCSIS Headquarters

Past Events

Evaluating the Global Counterspace Landscape

A panel discussion focusing on existing and emerging counterspace weapons followed by a screening of “Commanding Space,” a new CSIS documentary on the creation of a U.S. Space Force. After the discussion, please join us for a networking reception.

Time4:00 - 6:00pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

Unusual Behavior in GEO: SJ-17

Unlike most objects in the geostationary belt, Chinese satellite SJ-17 has made a series of orbital maneuvers, widely varying its position in GEO. Use this interactive data repository to discover SJ-17’s movements over time.

GPS Jamming in the Arctic Circle

Some airports in the Arctic Circle have reported GPS signal outages during military exercises in the region. Norway has blamed Russia for these occurrences, citing concerns of active GPS jamming. Use this interactive map to learn more.

Unusual Behavior in GEO: Luch (Olymp-K)

Unlike most objects in the geostationary belt, Russian satellite Olymp-K has made a series of orbital maneuvers, widely varying its position in GEO. Use this interactive data repository to discover Olymp-K’s movements over time.

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