Planetary Radio • Jan 05, 2018
Space Policy Edition #20: Looking back on the year in space policy. Also, your questions!
On This Episode
Former Space Policy Advisor for The Planetary Society
Chief of Space Policy for The Planetary Society
Senior Communications Adviser and former Host of Planetary Radio for The Planetary Society
It’s the space policy guys’ turn to look back at a year that saw great achievements in space. Were they matched by events in Washington DC? Casey and Jason also explore their hopes and fears for 2018. As promised, we also take on the questions and issues submitted by you, our listeners.
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Related Reading and References:
- What changed with Space Directive #1?
- Congress rejects graduate student tax
- Downselect: NASA narrows future mission destination to comet 67P or Titan
- The case for Venus
- What's Up in Solar System Exploration in 2018
- These are a few of our favorite things: Top 2017 planetary stories
- Write Congress in support of NASA's budget at http://planetary.org/petition2017
- The Long Space Age: The Economic Origins of Space Exploration from Colonial America to the Cold War by Alexa MacDonald on Amazon.com
- Amazing Stories of the Space Age by Rod Pyle on Amazon.com