Space policy roundup – June.15.2020

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):

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** Space Café Podcast Episode 004 Featuring Roxy Guellmeister Is Now Available – SpaceWatch.Global

Episode 004 features special guest Roxy Guellmeister, Associate at Foster + Partners in London. Roxy sees our society in a state of massive change and expects numerous fundamental shifts to our familiar lives. She also sees the nascent race for space as a gigantic opportunity for many of our earthly challenges.

** Origins: Jim Bridenstine | Off-Nominal

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine joins Jake and Anthony for the first episode of Off-Nominal Origins. We talk about how he got interested in space and aviation, his time at Rice University, his years as a Navy pilot, his continuing fascination with the Rocket Racing League, and a whole lot more.

And yes, obviously, we talk about the time Jake and Anthony started a weird little sideshow at IAC 2019 with The Jim Bridenstine Fan Club.

** The Space Show – Fri. June12.2020Robert Jacobson discussed his new book, “Space Is Open For Business”:

** The Space Show – Thurs. June.11.2020 – Dr. Namrata Goswami on space policy, China space policy and plans, the virus and China, space law, why the Moon, commercial space,  Artemis Accords and much much more.

** The Space Show – Tues. June 9, 2020Dr. Eligar Sadeh discussed the Astropolitics Institute, The Journal of Astropolitics, and various space policy related topics.

** Hotel Mars – Wed. June 3, 2020John Batchelor and David Livingston spoke with Eric Berger spoke about “Boeing problems and culture, CST 100 Starliner, Phantom Express cancellation and more”.

** June 12, 2020 Zimmerman/Batchelor podcast | Behind The Black


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