In the year since President Donald Trump revived the National Space Council, he has signed three policy directives impacting the focus, manner and time frame for U.S. exploration and development of space, namely, the Moon, with partnerships and as quickly as possible.  The next steps now fall to the council’s Users’ Advisory Group (UAG), a self-described think tank focused on ways to unite the country’s military, civilian and commercial space interests in a way that ...

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