Credit: Senate Subcommittee on Space and Science/Inside Outer Space screengrab

 

 

“International Collaboration and Competition in Space:  Oversight of NASA’s Role and Programs” is being held today by the Senate Subcommittee on Space and Science.

 

 

 

Live video at: https://www.commerce.senate.gov/

Range of topics

The United States has long been the global leader in space exploration and has benefitted from robust, peaceful international collaboration. This hearing will examine required actions, particularly at NASA, to promote U.S. civil and commercial space sector competitiveness, attract and maintain strong global partnerships, and preserve U.S. space leadership in the wake of rising international competition.

Topics such as International Space Station extension, commercial low-Earth orbit (LEO) development, and requirements to execute NASA’s Artemis program, to include needed updates to authorizing legislation, will be considered.

Witness testimony

Witness Panel 1 testimony available at:

  • Jim Bridenstine, Former NASA Administrator

https://www.commerce.senate.gov/services/files/4CE62711-708C-493C-A325-E0B845B34372

  • Mary Lynne Dittmar, Executive Vice President for Government Affairs, Axiom Space

https://www.commerce.senate.gov/services/files/06C46EFB-D05F-4440-AA5F-7128ADBC5F43

  • Mike Gold, Executive Vice President for Civil Space and External Affairs, Redwire Space

https://www.commerce.senate.gov/services/files/01CD1CE2-384A-4131-92A5-246D3B581498

  • Patricia Sanders Chair, NASA Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel

https://www.commerce.senate.gov/services/files/127ABA93-9E9C-4C74-83DE-31BEB6CE7768

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