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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 10h
. at : “With input and guidance from the Space Council, the Department of Commerce can be the one-stop-shop the industry so sorely needs.”
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 10h
Last night, Chair , & joined & at the Atlantis Complex to kick off today’s “Moon, Mars, and Worlds Beyond" discussion.
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 11h
RELEASE: Chair Statement on the Second Meeting of the
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 13h
Replying to @HouseScience
"The American Space Commerce Free Enterprise Act declares that America is open for business in outer space."
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 13h
Replying to @HouseScience
"The bill also streamlines the federal space bureaucracy within the Commerce Department itself. It merges NOAA's responsibilities over space-based remote sensing into the already-existing Office of Space Commerce within the Commerce Department."
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 13h
Replying to @VP @RepBrianBabin and 2 others
"The bipartisan legislation streamlines regulatory processes, limits government intrusion, promotes American innovation and investment, protects national security and satisfies our Outer Space Treaty obligations."
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 13h
Replying to @VP @RepBrianBabin and 2 others
"[Chair 's] American Space Commerce Free Enterprise Act ... accomplishes 's goals. This bill places authority over private sector space activities in the agency best equipped to foster economic growth, the Commerce Department."
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 13h
ICYMI: Space Subcommittee Chair detailed "a one-stop-shop for private space exploration" in
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 13h
Replying to @VP
. is talking regulatory reform & easing the burden on U.S. commercial space operators.
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte 14h
📺 TUNE IN: . convenes the second meeting of the . Watch live here ⤵️
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 20
Is secure enough for government? explored the technology behind it last week.
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NASA History Office Feb 20
(9:47 am EST) on February 20, 1962, John Glenn lifted off on the first U.S. orbital flight - Mercury-Atlas 6 in his capsule named Friendship 7.
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 16
ICYMI → Lawmakers on eye new programs to boost tech workforce
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 16
“Global public health is too important to cede to a scandal-ridden organization behaving as if it is beyond not only reproach, but oversight.”
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 16
⚡️ Weekly Wrap-Up ⤵️
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 16
How Texas used a free market to reduce electricity prices and pollution:
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 15
“Far too often, environmental organizations and activists take advantage of that ignorance, encouraging partisanship and political extremism in pursuit of ideological rather than practical ends.”
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 15
Thank you to representatives from & , , and for testifying today on the importance of mentoring, training and apprenticeships for education and careers.
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 15
“Starting a process by involving the private sector, non-governmental organizations and other entities outside the university provides a base from which to begin developing educational programming. Maintaining those relationships is critical.” – of
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Sci,Space,&Tech Cmte Feb 15
“Apprenticeships and longer-term internships can be important components of an overall strategy for STEM, but thinking differently about how to educate the students on campus also plays a critical role.” – of
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