house committee On March 19, 2013, the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology held a hearing titled, “Threats from Space: A Review of U.S. Government Efforts to Track and Mitigate Asteroids and Meteors, Part 1.”

Invited witnesses were:

John P. Holdren, Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President

Gen. William L. Shelton, Commander, U.S. Air Force Space Command

Charles F. Bolden, Jr., Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

The event was webcast live and is in the public domain.

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Duration : 1:47:57


8 Responses to “Threats from Space: Part 1, House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, March 19, 2013”

  1. mg1s says:

    broken promises …
    broken promises x.showed you Jupiter impact. turned into x+ gave you 14th Feb over Russia.x+x is meteor Jahan on its course to earth…
    check secret recording 1990s of my talk you will hear the meteor will come from direction of sun.and you will not be able to detect it.

  2. afw1008 says:

    Is our ozone layer …
    Is our ozone layer weak enough for solar flares to be a threat?

  3. ikano101 says:

    At least the …
    At least the relatively younger committee members are more informed on the subject..
    It’s frightening how the Administrator of NASA is under the thumb of these politicians.

  4. ikano101 says:

    what a tit.
    what a tit.

  5. Steven J says:

    The US is so …
    The US is so threaten by China and the rest of the peaceful world will have a great laugh

  6. sebastiansz says:

    Thanks for the …
    Thanks for the uploads

  7. SpaceKSCBlog says:

    The sad thing is he …
    The sad thing is he just came off a two-year stint as chair of this committee. Go back through my channel for the last two years to find the House space subcommittee hearings. Rep. Hall is a real piece of work.

  8. Jeremy Walker says:

    Mr. Hall is an …
    Mr. Hall is an idiot.

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