Space policy roundup – Sept.21.2020

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 011 Featuring Sara Langston Is Now Available – SpaceWatch.Global

Sara Langston teaches at the time-honored Embry Riddle flight school and knows what astronauts had to endure before they were allowed into orbit. But many things change. Not only the attitude of the students when it comes to challenging subjects. The whole industry is breaking new ground. In this episode Sara succeeds in a tour de force through a number of fascinating topics: Is it allowed to buy land on the moon, is ethics an obstacle or the future of research and why is space law the best subject in the world?

** The Rise of China in SpaceNewsthink

** The Space Show – Tues. Sept.15.2020Dr. Ajay Kothari of Astrox Corp discussed “his plans for getting to the lunar surface post pandemic”.

**The Space Show – Fri. Sept.18.2020 –  Dr. Peter Hague  discussed his “new metric system for measuring the quality, effectiveness, economics of space programs based on mass”. See Hague’s paper, A Metric of Solar System Development.


** Sun. Sept.20.2020Wayne White, founder and CEO of SpaceBooster LLC, talked about his Space Pioneer Act for space property rights and more

** E32 – Integrating Space into Joint Warfighting Analysis (w Russell Rumbaugh and special guests)Aerospace Corp – Center for Space Policy & Strategy (CSPS}

** E33 – Japan’s New Space Policy – Its Intersection with Missile & Missile Defense Activity (with Sam Wilson and special guests)Aerospace Corp – Center for Space Policy & Strategy

** September 18, 2020 Zimmerman/Batchelor podcast | Behind The Black

** September 16, 2020 Zimmerman/Batchelor podcast | Behind The Black


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