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Casey Dreier

Director of Space Policy

casey.dreier@planetary.org
+1-626-793-5100

As Director of Space Policy, Casey leads the strategic planning and implementation of the Society's policy and advocacy efforts. He works closely with the Society's leadership, the Board of Directors, and other policy experts to craft the organizational positions about the future of space exploration. He also works to foster strong relationships between the Society and its members, educate and engage the public about space policy, and to empower individuals to advocate for space.

He is a regular contributor to The Planetary Report, blogs regularly about space policy issues at planetary.org/blogs/casey-dreier and tweets as @CaseyDreier on Twitter. He has a B.A. in Physics from Oberlin College.

You can contact Casey via email at: casey.dreier@planetary.org

Latest Planetary Radio Appearance

Space Policy Edition #4: Near Earth Asteroids—Why we go, how we find them, and maybe mine them

09/02/2016 | 1:04:18
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In honor of OSIRIS-REx—NASA’s newest asteroid mission—we explore the policy and history of near-Earth Objects: why NASA explores them, how the government plans to find and defending the planet, and the how policy can keep up with ambitious plans to mine asteroids.

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Latest Blog Posts

SpaceX and the Blank Slate

Posted 2016/09/28 10:20 CDT | 12 comments

SpaceX's plans to colonize Mars differ considerably from NASA's Journey to Mars ambitions. But direct comparison is difficult. SpaceX is able to wipe the slate clean and start fresh with a bold new approach to humans in space. NASA has no such luxury, and must use existing pieces and people to make their goals a reality.

New Findings are Conclusive: Europa is crying out for exploration

Posted 2016/09/26 01:36 CDT | 17 comments

New scientific findings add to the evidence that Europa is spouting its liquid ocean into space. NASA has a mission to Europa in the works, but it wouldn't launch for at least a decade. Congress can make it faster, but it all depends on whether they can pass a budget this year.

Promise, Transition, and Transformation

Posted 2016/09/19 07:22 CDT | 4 comments

After 10 days, four NASA centers, two contractors, and hundreds of miles, Casey Dreier shares his initial reflections on the state of NASA's Space Launch System rocket and its future.

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