Artemis I & II with Jordan Soto

The U.S. Chamber’s 4th annual Space Summit titled LAUNCH:Expanding Commercial and Civil Space Partnerships, held in partnership with The Boeing Company. Following the first National Space Council

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Artemis III: Future of Human Deep Space Exploration

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce will convene a policy discussion, “Path to Artemis III: Future of Human Deep Space Exploration,” focused on the role of Marshall Space Flight Center and greater Huntsville’s industrial capabilities in developing the necessary technology and hardware for sustained U.S. lunar operations.

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Best of the US Chamber Space Summit

The rapidly evolving space sector is expected to grow into a trillion-dollar industry with the potential to create new markets and opportunities that will transform the economy as we know it. Now is the time for greater government and industry collaboration to chart our path forward into the economy of the future.

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Space Summit 2020

The rapidly evolving space sector is expected to grow into a trillion-dollar industry with the potential to create new markets and opportunities that will transform the economy as we know it. Now is the time for greater government and industry collaboration to chart our path forward into the economy of the future.

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EXCLUSIVE Interview with Christian Zur on Launching the Space Economy

Christian Zur leads the U.S. Chamber of Commerce policy formulation and advocacy on defense and commercial space programs. His articles have been featured in publications such as Aviation Week, Defense News, Federal Times, Orlando Sentinel, Scientific American, Space News, The Hill, and The Seattle Times. Christian recently served on NASA’s independent review of the operations and management of the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory.

Prior to joining the Chamber, Christian spent 12 years working on House and Senate staffs including six years on the House Armed Services Committee. Subsequently, he served as counsel to the chair of the Defense Policy Board as well as the Commission on the Future of the U.S. Aerospace Industry.

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