Casual Space Podcast #177: “Normentum” with space policy and space strategy expert Robin Dickey

Space is hard and complicated. Space norms are even harder and even more complicated. SO, in order to develop successful space norms, we will need creativity, perseverance, and a large and inclusive range of participants in the process. On today’s episode, Robin Dickey discusses an approach towards space exploration that examines what’s responsible to do, what is feasible to do, and what can be done to make space more safe and more sustainable for all in the future. 

About Robin: Robin Dickey is a member of the technical staff at The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy. She focuses on space policy and strategy issues related to national security, geopolitics, and international relations. Her experience prior to Aerospace includes risk analysis, legislative affairs, and international development.  She earned her bachelor’s degree in international studies at Johns Hopkins University and her master’s degree in international studies, concentrating in strategic studies, at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

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