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The United States faces growing competition and increasing threats in the space domain from countries like Russia and China, each of which possess technologies capable of targeting U.S. space assets. At the same time, the global space economy is primed for liftoff, as technological advances and scientific breakthroughs unlock space-based investments and make the promise of space resources within reach. According to some estimates, within the next two decades, ventures like space tourism, the harnessing of solar energy, and space mining will propel the overall value of the space economy to $1 trillion.

 

America’s leaders must understand the scale and implications of the unfolding space race to best react to the threats and opportunities in this domain. Infrastructure For The Future seminar series is designed to broaden the knowledge base among key officials and stakeholders through a wide range of educational activities.

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Making the case for a "kindergarten to orbit pipeline" in the new space economy

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SPEAKERS

TIM CHRISMAN

Founder & Executive Director

Foundation For The Future

SHELLI BRUNSWICK

Chief Operating Officer

Space Foundation

BILL BRITTON

Chief of Technology Officer

Cal Poly

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THE NEXT GREAT STRATEGIC FRONTIER

Space represents the next great strategic frontier for the United States. Our history is full of examples of visionary transportation leadership across sea, land, and air; that history demands that we lead in space. The nation’s space enterprise is facing tremendous change, driven by technology advancements, entrepreneurial investments, new business models, rapidly changing threats, and a complex geopolitical landscape. Navigating this multifaceted domain requires experience and vision.

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TO REDUCE POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY

The Foundation for the Future created the SPACE ACT of 2021 to initiate debate and consideration on the future of space development and the urgency for the primacy of the United States to support a private/public sector federally chartered corporation for space infrastructure and enhancement of projects to the Stars.