From putting boots back on the Moon, to getting a jump-start on changing regulations and recommendations for bolstering security in space, the newly revived National Space Council has an ambitious agenda. After its more than two decades of inactivity, Vice President Mike Pence revived the council to great fanfare at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia, on Oct. 5, bringing together Cabinet-level officials with the heads of aerospace and defense companies and members of the ...

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