WATCH: Coverage of the First Meeting of the National Space Council

During the first meeting of the National Space Council, on Oct. 5, Vice President Mike Pence – chair of the council – outlined the Trump Administration’s vision and expectations for the council, which include returning American astronauts to the moon – to build the foundation needed to send Americans to Mars and beyond.

The meeting, titled “Leading the Next Frontier: An Event with the National Space Council,” was held at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia. Participants included NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot, as well as a number of Trump Administration cabinet members and senior officials, and aerospace industry leaders. The council heard testimony from expert witnesses who represent the sectors of the space industry: Civil Space, Commercial Space, and National Security Space.

President Trump signed an executive order reestablishing the National Space Council on June 30.

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  1. A small step forward in future space exploration, ultimately good news! Also the fact that here exist advance technology, in abundance. Unfortunately it is being kipped from the public. Also known as suppressed exotic technology. Things like, actual flying cars, Star-dust, Free Energy Technology, aka zero-point-energy-tech, cure to cancer and many other examples of military advanced technology that is being disclosed to the population at this present moment.

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