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Who is in the Space Enterprise and what are their roles? Reading: A. US National Space Policy, http://www.whitehouse.gov/WH/EOP/OSTP/html/OSTP_Home.html B. DoD Space Policy, http://www.c3i.osd.mil/org/c3is/spacepol/index.html C. NRO homepage, http://www.nro.mil D. NASA homepage, http://www.nasa.gov/enterprises.html E. Aerospace Integration F. State of the Space Industry 1999 Outline: A. The players B. Their functions C. US Government space budgets by year D. Role of the major players in space policy and their equities and issues - NASA - National Security Space - Air Force + (Navy and Army) - NRO - Commercial E. Impact of commercial space on everyone else
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The players Military - Fight and Win the Nation's wars Organize, Train & Equip Air Force (the largest spender) Army, Navy BMDO, DARPA, DISA Provide Combatant forces to supported CINCS US Space Command Air Force Space Command (the largest spender) Naval Space Command Army Space Command Intelligence - Provide timely information and data to support foreign, defense and economic policies National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) (the largest spender) NIMA NSA DIA Army Navy Marines Air Force Civil - NASA(the largest spender) DOC (NOAA, Office of Space Commercialization) DOT (FAA) State Dept DOE Dept of the Interior (USGS) Oversight OSTP (National Science and Technology Council) OMB Congress (Intelligence Committees, Defense Committees, Independent Agency Committees)
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Commercial Launch hardware and services providers Lockheed Martin Boeing Orbital Sciences Corp. China Russia ArianeSpace Satellite hardware providers Hughes Electronics Corp. Space Systems Loral Lockheed Martin Motorola TRW Boeing OSC Alcatel Matra Marconi Satellite Operators Hughes Electronics Corp. Lockheed Martin Iridium OSC Boeing INMARSAT INTELSAT Etc Ground system operators, subsystem suppliers Raytheon Alliant etc. International Significant Space Programs (Government and Military and Commercial) Russia China ESA France Germany Italy Japan India Israel
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Other Academia (Stanford, BU, Caltech, MIT, U of Colorado, Arizona State U etc.) Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (APL, MIT Lincoln Lab, Aerospace, LANL, LLNL, Sandia, JPL) Space Sectors- The Functions Military Communications Environmental Monitoring Precision Navigation & Timing (for satellites & for Earth based users) Warning & Surveillance Space Control Launch Satellite Command & Control Space Weapons Intelligence Communications IMINT MASINT SIGINT Launch Satellite Command and Control Civil Communications Environmental Monitoring Navigation & Timing (for satellites) Launch Space Exploration Manned Space Remote Sensing Commercial Communications Launch Remote Sensing Satellite command & control Navigation & Timing (for satellites)
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US Government Space Budgets (Then Year Dollars) FY NASA DoD Other Total 1986 7,165 14,126 368 21,659 1987 9,809 16,287 352 26,448 1988 8,302 17,679 626 26,607 1989 10,098 17,906 444 28,448 1990 12,142 15,616 387 28,145 1991 13,036 14,181 566 27,783 1992 13,199 15,023 624 28,846 1993 13,077 14,106 559 27,742 1994 13,022 13,166 465 26,653 1995 12,543 10,644 489 23,676 1996 12,569 11,514 707 24,790 Note the rise and decline of NASA as well as the rise and decline of the DoD However, note the growth of commercial markets (approx the same now) Glob 100 al
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