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Who is going to have new space authority in the US? Industry supports commitment to not conduct ASAT Tests. ULA closes in on a new owner. And more.




The US Administration proposes a split to new space authority between the Department of Commerce and the Department of Transportation. The Secure World Foundation has released a statement urging nations to commit to not conducting destructive anti-satellite (ASAT) testing. Ars Technica reports that ULA has narrowed the field of potential buyers to a private equity fund, Blue Origin, and an unnamed but reportedly “well-capitalized aerospace firm that is interested in increasing its space portfolio”, and more.

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Our guest today is Kara Cunzeman, Systems Director for Strategic Foresight at Aerospace Corporation.

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Selected Reading

White House asks Congress to split ‘new space’ authority between Commerce, Transportation

Industry Statement in Support of International Commitments to Not Conduct ASAT Tests- Secure World

Sale of United Launch Alliance is nearing its end, with three potential buyers- Ars Technica

Dawn Aerospace Expands Operations to France

SaxaVord and HyImpulse announce launch plans

Sierra Space and Agile Space successfully collaborate on the largest ever in-space bi-prop hydrazine engine.

Momentus Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2023 Financial Results- Business Wire

Orbite Announces Astronaut Training Programs

Racing For Place In The New Space Race: Customers Seek Launch Options

The 2023 LA Hard Tech 50 - by Nick Kim and Jacques Sisteron

Shakespeare’s Portrait Travels to Edge of Space- Smithsonian Mag

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