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ISSRDC 2020 Online Series: Watch on Demand

On Oct 26, 2020
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#ICYMI: The 2020 International Space Station Research and Development Conference Online Series has ended, but you can still watch all of the sessions at your convenience. Re-watch the plenary sessions and technical session presentations by visiting https://t.co/eABOB801tc https://t.co/E0FrLETWwY
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Welcome from NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine Updates from NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate NASA Biological and Physical Sciences Program Update Panel Session: Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Commercialization Panel Session: State of the ISS National Lab ISS Program ...

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On Oct 26, 2020
@ISS_CASIS shared
#ICYMI: The 2020 International Space Station Research and Development Conference Online Series has ended, but you can still watch all of the sessions at your convenience. Re-watch the plenary sessions and technical session presentations by visiting https://t.co/eABOB801tc https://t.co/E0FrLETWwY
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ISSRDC 2020 Online Series: Watch on Demand

ISSRDC 2020 Online Series: Watch on Demand

Welcome from NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine Updates from NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate NASA Biological and Physical Sciences Program Update Panel Session: ...

Day 2 of ISSRDC Online Series to Feature Space Investment, Commercialization, and NASA-driven Programs

Day 2 of ISSRDC Online Series to Feature Space Investment, Commercialization, and NASA-driven Programs

The day will kick off with a session focused on space-based research that is leading to commercial product applications. Multiple plenary sessions will be dedicated to NASA-driven ...

Bridenstine confident in Soyuz return to flight despite quality concerns

Bridenstine confident in Soyuz return to flight despite quality concerns

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said he was confident the Soyuz would return to flight safely by the end of this year despite two recent incidents.

What’s Happening in Space Policy July 7-13, 2019

What’s Happening in Space Policy July 7-13, 2019

Posted: July 7, 2019 1:17 pm ET | Last Updated: July 7, 2019 1:17 pm ET | Get SpacePolicyOnline.com's list of space policy events for the week of July 7-13, 2019 including congressional ...

Axiom Space wins NASA approval for construction of commercial space station on ISS

Axiom Space wins NASA approval for construction of commercial space station on ISS

/PRNewswire/ -- The human dream of universal access to living and working in space has drawn one step closer. On Monday the National Aeronautics and Space...

National Space Council Gets Report on Human Spaceflight in Low-Earth Orbit

National Space Council Gets Report on Human Spaceflight in Low-Earth Orbit

WASHINGTON (NASA PR) — NASA and the Departments of State and Commerce have submitted a report to the National Space Council outlining future opportunities and challenges for human ...

SpaceX’s astronaut launch marks a milestone for commercial spaceflight

SpaceX’s astronaut launch marks a milestone for commercial spaceflight

Two NASA astronauts aboard the privately built Crew Dragon capsule are the first to be sent into orbit from U.S. soil since 2011.

The Lunar Economy: From Vision to Reality

The Lunar Economy: From Vision to Reality

If you were to write an article about the “lunar economy” a few years ago, most people would have thought you were watching too many science fiction movies — or, were just a little crazy. ...

Dazzling, jamming and the international race to stake out space

Dazzling, jamming and the international race to stake out space

Outer space has always been contested but a lot has changed since the moon landing. Who are the main players in space? What do they want? And what happens if things go sour?

Boeing Space and Launch • Bridge Technologies • Bye Aerospace • C-COM Satellite Systems

Boeing Space and Launch • Bridge Technologies • Bye Aerospace • C-COM Satellite Systems

Boeing Space and Launch By Dr. Bruce Chesley, Senior Director of Strategy Boeing’s customers for commercial and government satellites have made their needs clear: bring us flexible ...

NASA turns to private companies for future moon missions

NASA turns to private companies for future moon missions

NASA picked nine companies to compete for up to $2.6 billion in funding for new commercial moon missions

The Air Force wants to increase spending on space programs by $2 billion in 2020.

The Air Force wants to increase spending on space programs by $2 billion in 2020.

Top Stories The service is seeking $13.8 billion for space programs in its budget request, with the increase primarily going to accelerate the development of next-generation ...

Is America’s next big leap off earth just a ‘moondoggle’?

Is America’s next big leap off earth just a ‘moondoggle’?

America’s space industry is divided over the Lunar Gateway, NASA’s planned space station for the moon.

The ISS Now Has Better Internet Than Most of Us After Its Latest Upgrade

The ISS Now Has Better Internet Than Most of Us After Its Latest Upgrade

In the digital age, connectivity and bandwidth are important, even if you're in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). And when you're performing research and experiments that could help pave the way for ...

How has traffic been managed in the sky, on waterways, and on the road? Comparisons for space situational awareness (part 1)

How has traffic been managed in the sky, on waterways, and on the road? Comparisons for space situational awareness (part 1)

Traditionally, CSpOC provides the data and completes an initial analysis that identifies the probability of collision and provides close approach notifications to a full range of ...

Made in Space Wins In-Space Manufacturing NASA Contract

Made in Space Wins In-Space Manufacturing NASA Contract

NASA awarded a $73.7 million contract to Made In Space to demonstrate the ability of a small spacecraft, called Archinaut One, to manufacture and assemble spacecraft components in Low Earth ...

Space 2019: What a year, what a decade we've had!

Space 2019: What a year, what a decade we've had!

On the ground and in orbit, this year saw geopolitical competition, mega-constellations - and women in space.