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|Statement||Sylvia K. Kraemer.|
|Series||NASA-TM -- 109787., NASA technical memorandum -- 109787.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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space sector that supports U.S. needs, is globally competitive, and advances U.S. leadership in the generation of new markets and innovation-driven entrepreneurship. All nations have the right to explore and use space for peaceful purposes, and for the benefitFile Size: KB. A lecture that attempts to establish the role of space historians in formulating space policy is presented. The discussion focusses on two adages and their relevance to space policy. The adages are as follows: 'write about what you know;' and 'good managers do things right; good executives do Author: Sylvia K. Kraemer. Leadership and America's Future in Space: A Report to the Administrator by Dr. Sally K. Ride (commonly called the Ride Report), August "Presidential Directive on National Space Policy", Febru ; President Bush's Remarks on the 20th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing (his Space Exploration Initiative speech), J The goal of the book is to address some basic questions of American space history, including how this history compares with previous eras of exploration, why the space program was initiated when.
But the thrust of the book is the development of Florida's Space Coast; the area has transformed from a space shuttle port to a commercial spaceflight hub in less than a decade, Pappalardo argues. The Center for Space Policy and Strategy is committed to advancing the discussion about national priorities in space. Our policy experts routinely present their research, analysis, and specialized insights at conferences and symposiums throughout the world. Space history, space policy, and executive leadership: International Space History Symposium: NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C., Octo Leadership, Management, and Organization for National Security Space Mr. A. Thomas Young, Chairman Lieutenant General Edward Anderson, USA (Ret.) Vice Admiral Lyle Bien, USN (Ret.) General Ronald R. Fogleman, USAF (Ret.) Mr. Keith Hall General Lester Lyles, USAF (Ret.) Dr. Hans Mark INSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSES IDA Group Report GR Log: H File Size: KB.
Conclusions. There are more factors, such as partisanship, changing ideology, and pork-barrel politics, 84 which have played a role in the failure of Presidents to establish a long-term space exploration program and the corresponding space policy. These other factors are addressed elsewhere in this book primarily in the next chapter on Congress and Space by: 3. Executive Committee. Chairwoman Kathryn C. Thornton, Ph.D. Former NASA astronaut. Vice Chairman Jeffrey D. Grant Former Sector Vice President and General Manager, Space Systems, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems (Retired). His books are the best and most comprehensive overview of the Soviet space program, and that includes Russian-language literature. Those books he wrote are a comprehensive chronological history. Note: This is an academic event for members of the space policy and space history communities. Presidential Leadership and Space: Kennedy, Nixon, and Reagan. Join the Space Policy and History Forum for a discussion about presidential leadership in space, with a particular emphasis on John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan.