GLOBAL GROWTH: CIVIL SPACE COOPERATION
Since the earliest days of the Space Race, success required international cooperation and partnerships. Today’s space sector reflects the ethos of that collaborative pioneering era with the construction of the International Space Station (ISS) representing the greatest of human achievements. At two decades of continuous habitation, the ISS is the premier space R&D lab, and companies are utilizing microgravity at the edge of the human frontier 250 miles upwards to solve problems here on Earth. This portion of the summit will focus on increased access to low-Earth orbit (LEO) and the growing importance of global alliances and partnerships to lead the commercial space sector in defining best practices including new uses of airspace for space launch and the traffic management of the LEO domain.
Get ready to hear from...
Carolyn Cawley, President, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Senior Vice President, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Christopher J. Ferguson, Boeing Test Pilot Astronaut & CST-100 Starliner Director of Crew and Mission Systems, Boeing's Commercial Crew Program
Kathryn Lueders, Associate Administrator, Human Exploration and Operations (HEO) Mission Directorate, NASA
John Mullholland, Vice President and Program Manager, International Space Station Program, The Boeing Company
General Charles F. Wald, USAF (ret.), former Deputy Commander of United States European Command (EUCOM)
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