Private-sector space players seem certain to gain more voices at the table as part of the White House’s newly reconstituted National Space Council, but already questions are emerging about which ones and why. At an unannounced White House event June 30, President Donald Trump officially chartered the new council, a supergroup of space players last employed by President George H.W. Bush, but this time with an even friendlier business mandate. “We’re a nation of pioneers, ...

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