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A meteor strike wiped out the dinosaurs – how can we prevent humankind suffering the same fate?
The global economy is increasingly dependent on satellite infrastructure: protecting it is a matter of urgent national and international security
As rogue states continue to prioritise nuclear ballistic missile programmes, what protection can NATO provide?
Will the recent friction over Ukraine destroy the constructive partnerships in space that have been developed over the last quarter of a century?
Escalating amounts of space debris pose a lethal hazard to humans and machines in space. The Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base is tasked with tracking these objects and ensuring safety
As mankind challenges Earth’s environmental boundaries and increases its dependence on sophisticated electronics, the Sun’s impact on Earth becomes more critical and demands closer investigation
The countless space-derived technologies that we enjoy in everyday life have often taken circuitous routes. How can we exploit space research more effectively?
How breaking down the divisions between state and private sector, academia and industry, and between national agencies, can multiply returns
The world reacted with incredulity when a Malaysian airliner disappeared without trace earlier this year. Kurt Weidemeyer, explains how its satellite services could greatly improve airline safety