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Capitol Hill Policy Update for April 13th to April 27th

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Space Policy Update: Issue #18 April 27th, 2015 CATS Essential to Counter Growing Space Threat   At the 31st Space Symposium, Lt. Gen. Raymond, commander of Strategic Command’s Joint Functional Component Command for Space, expressed worry over some recent launches by Russia and China. U.S. officials claim the Chinese launched an anti-satellite missile, which could…

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Capitol Hill Policy Update for March 30th to April 13th

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Space Policy Update: Issue #17 April 13th, 2015 Asteroid Redirect Redirected to Mars   NASA Advisory Council Finds NASA Should Go to Mars Instead of Asteroids. The NASA Advisory Council (NAC) “unanimously adopted a finding that” NASA should replace the Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) with a mission to go to Mars instead. The finding is not a recommendation,…

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Capitol Hill Policy Update for February 16th to March 2nd

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Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-PA) speaks at the press release for the announcement of the Alliance. Alliance for Space Development Forms The Alliance for Space Development was announced last week with the objective to advance the development and settlement of space by reducing costs and increasing benefits to enable self-sustaining growth. Notable organizations part of the…

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