Scott Pace

George Washington University's Space Policy Institute

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Director of the Space Policy Institute and Professor of the Practice of International Affairs at George Washington University; former analyst and technologist at NASA as well as the Office of Space Commerce

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Today in San Jose, California - the NewSpace Conference begins.

The Business and Future of Space Exploration

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Today in San Jose, California - the NewSpace Conference begins.

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Today in San Jose, California - the NewSpace Conference begins.

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