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Guests: John Batchelor, Tom Roeder, Dr. David Livingston. Topics: U.S. Space Force protection of Cislunar space and assets.
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John Batchelor and I welcomed Tom Roeder of the Space Foundation to discuss the continued development of cislunar space, the eventual development of on orbit refueling, mining and more. The Space Force is working to determine its role, develop needed hardware, how to set boundaries and more. We discussed all these issues and more with our guest during this one segment ten minute Hotel Mars program.
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