“We’re trying to lead the public debate,” says Jamie Morin, head of the Center for Space Policy and Strategy.
The president had previously called for a cut in defense spending.
NASA chief Jim Bridenstine talks to POLITICO about how he will sell a return to the moon as a stepping stone for Mars.
Control of the House will give them ‘the power of no — the ability to block programs, cut funding, withhold agreement.’
Aides squared off against administration immigration hawks over an order they said was beyond the president’s constitutional powers.
The firm Space Angels had four investors in 2007; now it has 250 and growing.
All the troops should be home by Christmas, as originally expected, Army Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan said in an interview Monday.
The famed Draper Lab in Cambridge remains a highly sought after partner in the new space race.
The move was hailed by critics of the U.S. role in the civil war but they called for halting other support.
‘The role of the UN, at least the Office of Outer Space Affairs, is really to try to build bridges.’
One member of the House space panel sees a major policy shift if control flips in midterms.
The Pentagon chief’s widely expected departure is fueling anxiety among officials of both parties who have viewed him as a force for stability.
With limited access to radio spectrum, ‘people need to think about where to go next,’ says BridgeSat CEO Barry Matsumori.
Pentagon chief highlights Washingtonâ€™s concerns about activities in South China Sea and practice of forcing smaller countries to run up significant debts.
Why one industry group thinks Washington needs to do more to promote the life-changing navigation system.
The former astronaut who runs the U.S. Geological Survey doesn’t buy all the hype about mining the cosmos.
Annual meeting set down for this month postponed as trade war rages and navies have near miss in South China Sea
A new fiscal year begins Monday, but lawmakers have yet to pass the specific spending bill that would boost NASA’s asteroid defense plans.
It’s planning the first-ever demonstration to knock one off course but the funding is in limbo
The two countries are wrapping up joint war games but few see the signs of a real alliance.
The head of the Satellite Industry Association outlines why better management of the electromagnetic spectrum is crucial.
“I bet if the dinosaurs had a space program, they’d still be here and we wouldn’t,” the noted astrophysicist says.