Laura Grego

Astrophysicist/staff scientist in Global Security Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists

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Late on a Friday afternoon before the long, Columbus Day
weekend, the White House released the first updated space policy in 10 years. The
Washington Post ran the story two days ago.…

Should the US Put Weapons in Outer Space?

Late on a Friday afternoon before the long, Columbus Day weekend, the White House released the first updated space policy in 10 years. The Washington Post ran the story two days ago.…

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Late on a Friday afternoon before the long, Columbus Day weekend, the White House released the first updated space policy in 10 years.

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Late on a Friday afternoon before the long, Columbus Day weekend, the White House released the first updated space policy in 10 years.

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