Cooperation in Space Part 1: The View from NASA
The U.S. space program has been a source of national pride and inspiration for decades. From the iconic high of the first lunar landing to the heartbreak of the Challenger disaster, America’s space missions have captured the imaginations of generations and created technological advances that have had an impact far beyond space flight. We recently had the opportunity to speak with NASA’s newest director, Jim Bridenstine. He talks about NASA’s remarkable past, America’s vision for the future of space exploration, and our close cooperation with the Canadian Space Agency in this edition of Wilson Center NOW.
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Science and Technology Innovation Program
The Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP) serves as the bridge between technologists, policymakers, industry, and global stakeholders. Read more