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What’s Ahead for the Space Development Agency?

June 4
 

 

The Pentagon’s Space Development Agency (SDA) is finally gaining traction and seeking pitches for its architecture of satellites that can fulfill military objectives for communication, navigation, missile warning and tracking. Eventually, the agency may send thousands of satellites into orbit. But what is that constellation going to look like? What are the risks ahead? If the U.S. is buying thousands of satellites, how does that change its military strategy? And how might that affect how the commercial industry uses space?

 

SDA’s Director, Derek Tournear, joins Aviation Week Network to discuss these questions and how his organization is likely to transition into the fledgling Space Force.

 

Moderated by Jen DiMascio, Executive Director, Defense & Space, Aviation Week Network.

 

Panelists:

 

Dr. Derek Tournear, Director, Space Development Agency

 

Steve Trimble, Defense Editor, Aviation Week Network

 

Lee Hudson, Pentagon Editor, Aviation Week Network

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How COVID-19 Is Affecting Top Defense Aircraft Programs

May 14

0930 EDT / 1430 BST / 2130 SGT

 

Despite defense manufacturing being considered “essential” work during the coronavirus crisis in the U.S., UK and elsewhere, factories around the world have faced work stoppages and slowdowns. That leaves countries counting on the delivery of new aircraft waiting. In some cases, such as a delay to deliveries of the Boeing KC-46 tanker, might be welcome news, but in India – which has already been watching its fighter fleet dwindle – slower deliveries of Dassault Rafales will hurt.

 

 - How might COVID change the military aircraft market now and in the future?

 - Which programs are likely to experience production slowdowns that last?

 - Which fleets will be hit the hardest?

 

Join Aviation Week Network and industry analysts while we look at how the market for high-profile military aircraft programs has changed since the arrival of COVID-19.

 

Moderator: Jen DiMascio, Executive Editor, Defense & Space, Aviation Week Network

Panelists:

Richard Aboulafia, The Teal Group

 

Craig Caffrey, Aviation Week Network

 

Daniel Urchick, Aviation Week Network

 

 

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Return of U.S. Human Orbital Flight

May 12

 

As NASA and SpaceX prepare to launch astronauts into orbit from the U.S. for the first time since the space shuttle ended, join our complimentary interactive webinar featuring four icons of human spaceflight for an hour-long discussion about what's changed in the last decade, what’s still essential and what human spaceflight may develop into in the future.

 

Moderators:

Irene Klotz, Space Editor, Aviation Week Network

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panelists:

Wayne Hale, Director of Human Spaceflight for Special Aerospace Services

 

Pam Melroy, former NASA astronaut and now CEO of Melroy & Hollett Technology

 

Mike Moses, President, Virgin Galactic

 

Peggy Whitson, former NASA astronaut

 

Space and COVID-19: How Are Space Start-Ups Surviving the Pandemic?

April 30

11:00 EDT | 16:00 BST | 17:00 CEST

 

As credit markets dry up and venture capital becomes scarce, how is investment being impacted in this era? What are some of the ways in which startup companies can stay afloat? We’ll talk about government initiatives, export-import bank financing, and other funding sources and policy initiatives in play.

 

Moderated by Jefferson Morris, Editor-in-Chief, Aerospace Daily & Defense Report

Panelists:

Carissa Christensen, CEO, Bryce Technology

 

Eric Stallmer, President, Commercial Spaceflight Federation

 

Josh Brost, VP Government Affairs, Relativity Space

 

Irene Klotz, Space Editor, Aviation Week Network

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Defence Spending & COVID-19: What are the short and long-term impacts?

April 14: U.S. Edition

 

While the defence sector has so far been spared the immediate and severe effects of COVID-19 currently wreaking havoc in the commercial sector, it has not escaped unscathed with production lines and supply chains disrupted. Previous global crises suggest that the pain for the defence industry will come later as the full economic and fiscal ramifications manifest themselves in government budgetary policy around the world.

 

What effect has the COVID-19 crisis had on the defence sector to date, and what impact will it have in the coming years?

 

Join Aviation Week Network to learn about the challenges already being faced, and to understand the short and long-term impact of the crisis on programmes and budgets over the coming years.


 

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To find out about obtaining additional data – including the most comprehensive details on organizations, fleets, personnel and programs – click here or call +1.561.279.4661.