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White House Introduces National Space Strategy

President Donald Trump has unveiled a new strategy that aims to advance industry partnerships and regulatory reforms in a push to help the U.S. maintain its competitive edge in space technology and services.

A White House fact sheet published Friday the National Space Strategy seeks to continue the U.S. space exploration tradition, deter and defeat space domain threats and promote the development of new space systems to ensure national security, scientific knowledge and economic prosperity.

The new initiative builds on the National Security Strategy that Trump unveiled in December 2017 and has four pillars that seek to advance U.S. leadership in space.

Those pillars include the need to transform space architectures to build up resiliency; strengthen warfighting and deterrence options; enhance foundational processes and capabilities through improved procurement methods and situational awareness; and support local and international environments through streamlined regulatory policies and frameworks.

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