A sampling of links to recent space policy, politics, and government (US and international) related space news and resource items that I found of interest (find previous space policy roundups here):
- US military launch:
- US military space:
- Trump space:
- Commercial Crew:
- Boeing faced only ‘limited’ safety review from NASA while SpaceX got a full examination – The Washington Post
- Boeing Fights Back on NASA Inspector General Report – SpacePolicyOnline.com
- NASA IG Worries About Commercial Crew Schedule, Says NASA “Overpaid” Boeing – SpacePolicyOnline.com
- NASA watchdog report sharpens SpaceX vs. Boeing spaceship cost debate – GeekWire
- Space law:
- Space traffic:
- Public support:
- Planetary defense:
- US states space:
- International space
- Chapter 4 Section 3 – China’s Ambitions in Space – Contesting the Final Frontier (pdf) – U.S.- China Economic and Security Review Commission
- China sets out long-term space transportation roadmap including a nuclear space shuttle | gbtimes.com
- China to build space station accommodating 3 astronauts – Global Times
- China plans to complete space station construction around 2022: expert – Xinhua
- Jeff Foust on Twitter: “What’s fascinating about this chart ….
- New Zealand:
** The Space Show – Sun, 11/17/2019 – Casey Dreier, Director of Space Policy at the Planetary Society, talked about “his Apollo costing models plus his analysis of key present day space policy issues”.
** The Space Show – Fri, 11/15/2019 – Dr. Alan Stern discussed “New Horizons and Kuiper Belt updates, what makes a planet a planet regarding the name, exoplanet searches, interstellar objects and lots more”.
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