Space Policy Blog

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Tribute to Molly Macauley

As many will know, our colleague and friend Molly Macauley was killed on 8 July, whilst walking her dogs near her home in Baltimore. The journal Space Policy, of which I am privileged to be Editor in Chief, released an emotional and respectful Special Issue commemorating Dr Macauley and her work....

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13 July 2016 “Assuring Access to Space” RUSI London

From the Assuring Access to Space event website:  13 July 2016, 9:00 to 17:00 RUSI Whitehall assuring_access_to_space_draft_programme.pdf We are on the cusp of a new space era. New technology poised to make dramatic changes to how and why we use space, and with increasing competition both in military and commercial...

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“Above and Beyond” London until 29 August 2016

I can’t wait to attend this event, it looks brilliant! Details from the Above and Beyond website “Experience what space flight is really like and glimpse into its future in our new family-friendly, interactive exhibition Above and Beyond, now open at the National Maritime Museum.” Watch the Above and Beyond trailer...

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Forthcoming documentary “Earthlings Quest” on SETI/METI

  I am proud to be a Trustee of the recently created METI International–Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence. This forthcoming documentary details the debate between the SETI and METI community…whether we should only be listening to extraterrestrials (SETI), or also actively making efforts to contact them (METI). My own position in favour...

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10 June 2016 “Britain’s Place in Space” Cheltenham, UK

The Queen’s Speech mentioned a UK SpacePort, and the Space Growth Innovation Strategy has been all the ‘buzz’ at UK space conferences this year. I’ll be on a panel at the Cheltenham Science Festival on Friday the 10th of June 2016, alongside Will Whitehorn and Louise Hughes—details below are taken...

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Event 14-15 June 2016 “Cometary science after Rosetta” London

This event is meant for specialists, and may be of interest to some of you. I was on a panel with Dr Matt Taylor at the Bradford Science Festival and he’s a really engaging speaker. “Cometary science after Rosetta” At the Royal Society, 14-15 June The following is from the...

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What do they eat in space? Infographic

I was sent this infographic from labeley.com. It’s a fun and interesting infographic about something all astronauts/ cosmonauts/ taikonauts need to think about… What to eat in space! Here is the website explaining the Evolution of food in Space