Dr. Eligar Sadeh

ELIGAR SADEH, Ph.D. (www.linkedin.com/in/eligarsadeh), is President and CEO of Astroconsulting International LLC, which empowers space, defense, and environmental programs and projects with the critical skills to optimize outcomes, and he serves as Chief Editor of the academic journal Astropolitics. Previously, Eligar held professorships in Space & Defense Studies in the Center for Space Studies at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; College of Aerospace Sciences, Department of Space Studies at the University of North Dakota; and in the Eisenhower Center for Space and Defense Studies at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Eligar also worked for Lockheed Martin Space Systems as an Aerospace Systems Engineer on NASA spacecraft. He served as well as a Research Associate with the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University. Eligar has a number of book and book chapter publications, as well as papers in the academic journals of Space Policy, Astropolitics, and Acta Astronautica ‒ most recently, Space Strategy for the 21st Century (Routledge, 2012), Politics of Space (Routledge, 2010); and book chapters and papers covering “Spacepower and the Environment,” “Regulation of Satellite Remote Sensing,” “Obstacles to International Space Governance,” “Satellite Export Controls,” and “Earth Observation Data Management.” Eligar has earned Ph.D., Master, and BS degrees with subject matter expertise in Technology Management, Program/Project Management, Space Studies, Environmental Studies, International Studies, Science & Technology Studies, Systems Engineering, Engineering Leadership, Bioengineering & Bioastronautics, Remote Sensing, and Astrophysics.

Broadcast 779 (Special Edition)

This is the first of two AIAA Space 2007 conference interview programs. This set of interviews includes discussion by Debra Facktor Lepore, President of Air Launch, LLC, Dr. Eligar Sadeh and his wife Chris, and Dr. Mike Gruntman, professor at USC. Debra updates us with Air Launch LCC news, Eligar is now a professor at the USAF Academy and has also started a private consulting business, and Dr. Gruntman talks about his educational ideas for space engineering improvements at the college level. Each guest provides an email or contact method if you have questions or comments for them.

Broadcast 408 (Special Edition)

Dr. Eligar Sadeh returned for this Space Show program. Our discussion focused on the management content implemented at NASA with the NASA Administrator, Dr. Mike Griffin. Dr. Sadeh is concerned that the management being implemented at NASA contains within it some very destructive elements and he discusses these elements on the show. We also discussed private and public partnerships for space development, including the space advocate community side by side with the large aerospace industry and NASA. In our discussions regarding NASA management and Dr.

Broadcast 275 (Special Edition)

Dr. Eligar Sadeh helped us bring election returns and space policy ramifications to Space Show from election results to Space Show listeners. We discussed the likely direction space policy will take depending on who became president. We talked about the future of NASA, a possible change in the NASA administrator should Kerry have won, the fate of the emerging entrepreneurial space companies, the large aerospace industry and more. We talked about the international aspects of the new space policy vision articulated by President Bush last January. Dr.

Broadcast 107 (Special Edition)

Dr. Eligar Sadeh, an Assistant Professor in the Space Studies Department, Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota, was the guest for this March 26, 2003 Space Show program. Dr. Sadeh has just published a new book, Space Politics and Policy: An Evolutionary Perspective. During this program, we discuss the views, perspective, and new information presented in this book, but also world events and their impact on space policy.


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