Encore Learning Presents: U.S. Space Policy a Half Century After Apollo 11
On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon. Ten other astronauts walked the lunar surface before NASA ended the Apollo program in December 1972. The Trump Administration has updated U.S. space policy and called for a resumption of human travel to the moon and beyond.
With a new U.S. Space Force, the emergence of “space barons,” successful SpaceX flights, and plans for space tourism, what’s happening on the final frontier?
Lynne Platt, a career Senior Foreign Service Officer (Minister Counselor rank), left the State Department after 31 years of U.S. Government service. From 2014-2017, she was U.S. Consul General in Vancouver, Canada. Her previous overseas assignments were at U.S Embassies in London, Port-au-Prince, Baghdad, Paris, Brussels (at the U.S. Mission to NATO), and Cairo, and the U. S. Consulate in Casablanca. She also worked in the Near East Asia Bureau of the State Department.
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