Citizens' Advisory Council on National Space Policy
The Citizen's Advisory Council on National Space Policy was a group of prominent US citizens concerned with the space policy of the United States of America. It is no longer active.
The Council's roots date to 1980 as a group which prepared many of the Reagan Administration Transition Team's space policy papers. The Council was formally created in 1981 by joint action of the American Astronautical Society and the L5 Society to develop a detailed and technically feasible space policy to further the national interest.
May 9–11, 1986
August 10, 1997
28 September 1983. Substantial portions of this report were later published in the book Mutual Assured Survival (Baen Books, 1984) by Jerry Pournelle and Dean Ing.
February 15, 1989
Jerry Pournelle, Chairman
Space scientists and engineers
Military officers (retired)
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