We sit at a pivotal moment for John F. Kennedy’s legacy of space innovation.

Private enterprise is ramping up spaceflight efforts.

A new administration in Washington, D.C. is pondering a new vision for America’s space program.

Deep-dive conversation

This POLITICO event on September 12 convened experts for a deep-dive conversation to explore the possibilities and risks of what could be a historic transformation in space innovation and policy.

Is there a new vision for American space innovation that will capture the imagination of America -and what will it take to get there?

View of the planet Earth from space during a sunrise.
Credit: SWRI

Spotlight speakers

Featured speakers at this event:

  • John Logsdon, Founding Director and Professor Emeritus, Space Policy Institute, The George Washington University
  • Alex MacDonald, Senior Economic Advisor, NASA
  • Teasel Muir-Harmony, Curator, Space History Department, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
  • Bob Richards, Founder and CEO, Moon Express
  • Secretary Heather Wilson, Principal Space Adviser, U.S. Department of Defense
  • Eric Stallmer, President, Commercial Spaceflight Federation
  • Jamie Morin, Vice President and Executive Director of the Center for Space Policy and Strategy, The Aerospace Corporation

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