Harmonised regulations will shape how satellite operators, especially large constellations, behave in orbit. They will also enable on-orbit services such as end-of-life and debris removal to thrive in a more certain regulatory environment
European contributions to the Artemis programme could include delivery of cargo and infrastructure to the Moon by a European Large Logistic Lander, communication and navigation services through the proposed Moonlight programme, as well as science and technology expriments for surface exploration.
Test launch of new South Korean small satellite rocket using solid and liquid fuel combination set for December 2022 by startup INNOSPACE
Euroconsult study assesses declining demand for satellite network C-Band sub-frequencies and reduction in future capacity
Promoting the role of space data and geospatial analytics in tackling climate change and meeting Net Zero targets
NASA’s giant SLS Moon rocket reaches the launchpad for the first time for testing prior to first planned launch later this year
New McGill Encyclopedia of International Space Law (MESIL) aims asto become the go-to resource for authoritative, peer-reviewed and reliable online resource on key subject matters of international space law.
The International Space station is a beacon of international cooperation but is drawn into a war of words over the escalating Ukraine-Russia military conflict
A new whitepaper, produced by Euroconsult and ST Engineering iDirect, outlines the pivotal role of ground segments in enabling the satellite industry to fully embrace an unprecedented transformation.
The recent flurry of space-related activities - combined with the de-globalising nature of the global economy and the need for a global response to issues such as pandemics - has caused others to look again at the functionality of the modern nation state and how the existing nation state model could be improved.