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[专题专项] NASA的人事/预算/决策专题(更新:National Space Council重新组建)

 楼主| cmj9808 发表于 2017-7-8 11:06 | 显示全部楼层
Lsquirrel 发表于 2017-7-8 10:47
我很怀疑EM-6标为2024年 ...

 楼主| cmj9808 发表于 2017-7-17 18:32 | 显示全部楼层
华盛顿大学太空政策学院的院长Scott Pace被任命为国家太空委员会的执行秘书长,Pace将负责领导该委员会的具体工作。

http://spacenews.com/space-commu ... onal-space-council/
 楼主| cmj9808 发表于 2017-8-16 13:35 | 显示全部楼层
坊间传闻特朗普政府已选定Jim Bridenstine和John Schumacher为NASA的正副局长,9月份正式公布。
685楼有Jim Bridenstine的简历,他一直是局长人选的领跑者。John Schumacher长期担任AJR的副总裁,负责AJR驻华盛顿分部。前者一直是“new space”的支持者 ,而后者则是“old space”的代表,Schumacher的副局长任命将有助于平息传统航天企业对于Bridenstine局长任命的顾虑。

https://arstechnica.com/science/ ... ot-jim-bridenstine/
 楼主| cmj9808 发表于 2017-9-2 11:49 | 显示全部楼层
特朗普正式提名Jim Bridenstine为NASA局长,等待国会批准,但是与此同时并没有任命副局长。

http://spacenews.com/white-house ... nasa-administrator/
 楼主| cmj9808 发表于 2017-11-7 15:17 | 显示全部楼层
副总统Pence上个月在洛杉矶与Musk会面,征求关于national space council的建议。
Vice President Mike Pence discussed the National Space Council with entrepreneur and inventor Elon Musk during a trip to California last month, a source familiar with the meeting says.

The two powwowed at a Los Angeles hotel one evening while the vice president was in the state for a fundraising swing. The conversation focused on the council, which aims to streamline and coordinate national space policy. Pence leads the panel at President Donald Trump's direction.

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/11/0 ... -space-x/index.html
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http://spacenews.com/president-t ... y-directive-monday/

璇瑢子 发表于 2017-12-12 09:31 | 显示全部楼层
President Donald Trump is sending astronauts back to the Moon.

The president Monday signed at the White House Space Policy Directive 1, a change in national space policy that provides for a U.S.-led, integrated program with private sector partners for a human return to the Moon, followed by missions to Mars and beyond.

The policy calls for the NASA administrator to “lead an innovative and sustainable program of exploration with commercial and international partners to enable human expansion across the solar system and to bring back to Earth new knowledge and opportunities.” The effort will more effectively organize government, private industry, and international efforts toward returning humans on the Moon, and will lay the foundation that will eventually enable human exploration of Mars.

“The directive I am signing today will refocus America’s space program on human exploration and discovery,” said President Trump. “It marks a first step in returning American astronauts to the Moon for the first time since 1972, for long-term exploration and use. This time, we will not only plant our flag and leave our footprints -- we will establish a foundation for an eventual mission to Mars, and perhaps someday, to many worlds beyond.”

The policy grew from a unanimous recommendation by the new National Space Council, chaired by Vice President Mike Pence, after its first meeting Oct. 5. In addition to the direction to plan for human return to the Moon, the policy also ends NASA’s existing effort to send humans to an asteroid. The president revived the National Space Council in July to advise and help implement his space policy with exploration as a national priority.

"Under President Trump’s leadership, America will lead in space once again on all fronts,” said Vice President Pence. “As the President has said, space is the ‘next great American frontier’ – and it is our duty – and our destiny – to settle that frontier with American leadership, courage, and values. The signing of this new directive is yet another promise kept by President Trump.”

Among other dignitaries on hand for the signing, were NASA astronauts Sen. Harrison “Jack” Schmitt, Buzz Aldrin, Peggy Whitson and Christina Koch. Schmitt landed on the moon 45 years to the minute that the policy directive was signed as part of NASA’s Apollo 17 mission, and is the most recent living person to have set foot on our lunar neighbor. Aldrin was the second person to walk on the Moon during the Apollo 11 mission. Whitson spoke to the president from space in April aboard the International Space Station and while flying back home after breaking the record for most time in space by a U.S. astronaut in September. Koch is a member of NASA’s astronaut class of 2013.

Work toward the new directive will be reflected in NASA’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget request next year.

“NASA looks forward to supporting the president’s directive strategically aligning our work to return humans to the Moon, travel to Mars and opening the deeper solar system beyond,” said acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot. “This work represents a national effort on many fronts, with America leading the way. We will engage the best and brightest across government and private industry and our partners across the world to reach new milestones in human achievement. Our workforce is committed to this effort, and even now we are developing a flexible deep space infrastructure to support a steady cadence of increasingly complex missions that strengthens American leadership in the boundless frontier of space. The next generation will dream even bigger and reach higher as we launch challenging new missions, and make new discoveries and technological breakthroughs on this dynamic path.”

A piece of Moon rock was brought to the White House as a reminder of the exploration history and American successes at the Moon on which the new policy will build. Lunar Sample 70215 was retrieved from the Moon’s surface and returned by Schmitt’s Apollo 17 crew. Apollo 17 was the last Apollo mission to land astronauts on the Moon and returned with the greatest amount of rock and soil samples for investigation.

The sample is a basaltic lava rock similar to lava found in Hawaii. It crystallized 3.84 billion years ago when lava flowed from the Camelot Crater. Sliced off a parent rock that originally weighed 8,110 grams, the sample weighs 14 grams, and is very fine grained, dense and tough. During the six Apollo surface excursions from 1969 to 1972, astronauts collected 2,196 rock and soil samples weighting 842 pounds. Scientific studies help us learn about the geologic history of the Moon, as well as Earth. They help us understand the mineral and chemical resources available to support future lunar exploration.

For information about NASA’s missions, programs and activities, visit:


Jen Rae Wang
Headquarters, Washington

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璇瑢子 发表于 2018-2-13 10:20

“the commercial launch of a key power and propulsion space tug in 2022" 这个指的是什么?DSG的美国服务舱要在EM-2前用商业发射送上去么?

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9m96e2 发表于 2018-2-13 10:36
“the commercial launch of a key power and propulsion space tug in 2022" 这个指的是什么?DSG的美 ...

SLS和orion永远不用担心钱的问题 这就是国家队的优势 SLS也是目前进度最快的巨型火箭 10年之内难逢对手 这就是现实
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vulcan_good 发表于 2018-2-13 12:57
SLS和orion永远不用担心钱的问题 这就是国家队的优势 SLS也是目前进度最快的巨型火箭 10年之内难逢对手  ...


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9m96e2 发表于 2018-2-13 13:02

有DSG和载人登月SLS可以无忧无虑的活10年 私人公司谁能比的了
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