March 2018 Edition
ASATs, Debris, On Orbit Servicing and Repurposement
Helping Our Military Win The Space War—How commercial use laws come into play..., By Eric Moltzau, Senior Vice President, Business Development & Strategy, Eutelsat America Corp.
Over the last three decades, the United States military has become completely reliant on space-based systems for communication, GPS navigation and precise targeting.
Danger! Danger!, ASAT weaponry and orbital debris pose extreme spatial challenges
Whether the B-9 Class M-3 General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental Control Robot was known as “Robot,” or “B-9” or the “Robinson Robot,” the automaton was a valued member of this space faring family who were widely celebrated during their “Lost in Space” TV series. The program that was produced by famed director and producer Irwin Allen ran from 1965 to 1968.
Space Foundation’s 2017 Space Report, The authoratative guide to global space activity — an overview...
The Space Report is the Space Foundation’s annual assessment of the state of the global space economy and the trends affecting its growth. This Executive Summary presents the top findings; detailed explanations and analysis can be found in the full report, available for purchase from www.TheSpaceReport.org. All data published in The Space Report since its inception in 2006 is available via an online subscription that features customizable graphs, downloadable data sets, and much more. Additional information is added throughout the year, making this an invaluable resource for decision-makers and researchers.