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On Jul 10, 2019
@genejm29 shared
RT @airandspace: Today in 1962: Telstar 1, the world's first active communications satellite, was launched. https://t.co/hqS8JlWzr4 https://t.co/x7tk46fFwz
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Telstar inaugurated an age of instant worldwide communications via satellite.

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On Jul 10, 2019
@genejm29 shared
RT @airandspace: Today in 1962: Telstar 1, the world's first active communications satellite, was launched. https://t.co/hqS8JlWzr4 https://t.co/x7tk46fFwz
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Satellite Components

Telstar inaugurated an age of instant worldwide communications via satellite.


On Jul 10, 2019
@genejm29 shared
RT @jeff_foust: USAF Maj. Gen. Nina Armagno, kicking off the Future Space 2019 conference ( https://t.co/YqR2MbUjB2 ) on Capitol Hill: by 2025 Russia and China will be able to threaten our space assets in every orbital regime, from LEO to GEO.
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Future Space Leaders »

The Future Space Leaders Foundation (“FSLF”) is a tax exempt 501 c 3 non-profit organization dedicated to the career development of young space and satellite industry professionals. The ...

On Jul 22, 2019
@esaoperations shared
RT @esa: Come #FlyYourSatellite with us! University teams are invited to submit their #CubeSat proposal for the @ESA__Education Fly Your Satellite! programme. Details: https://t.co/RmTXXiU1Ur https://t.co/XvAPlEdlVk
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Fly Your Satellite! 3: call for proposals

ESA invites university student teams from ESA Member States, Canada and Slovenia that are developing a one, two or three-unit CubeSat with mainly educational objectives to propose their ...

On Jul 18, 2019
@brianweeden shared
Good piece from @TheEconomist summarizing current space security challenges https://t.co/LBIVNFgSgg
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Attacking satellites is increasingly attractive—and dangerous

A missile hitting a satellite creates a huge amount of space shrapnel

On Jul 18, 2019
@ForeignAffairs shared
In March, Benjamin Bahney and Jonathan Pearl write that arguments over whether Washington should create a Space Force miss the point. Space is already competitive and militarized, and U.S. policy must accept that reality. https://t.co/xS06YYmNDN
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Why Creating a Space Force Changes Nothing

Space has been militarized from the start.

On Jul 18, 2019
@DefenceHQ shared
ICYMI: Defence Secretary @PennyMordaunt outlined an ambitious space programme at the Air & Space Power conference today. 🛰️£30m investment in small satellites 🚀RAF pilot seconded to @Virgin_Orbit 🤝UK first partner to join international space coalition https://t.co/K643PkGyI6 https://t.co/GqpF5LVbOk
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Defence Secretary outlines ambitious space programme

At the RAF Air and Space Power conference today, Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has outlined an ambitious space programme.

On Jul 17, 2019
@brianweeden shared
Good piece from @TheEconomist on the challenges in modernizing space governance, which I fear the US is not going to take a leadership role in shaping: https://t.co/nIFu0spcqw
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Space law is inadequate for the boom in human activity there

The law has big gaps. Who is liable for space debris? And is space mining even legal?

On Jul 12, 2019
@AP shared
India looks to solidify its place among the world's spacefaring nations with its second unmanned mission to the moon, this one aimed at landing a rover near the unexplored south pole. https://t.co/ezf6swnthe
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India prepares to land rover on moon in global space race

NEW DELHI (AP) — India is looking to take a giant leap in its space program and solidify its place among the world's spacefaring nations with its second unmanned mission to the moon, this ...

On Jul 14, 2019
@NYTScience shared
India has postponed the launch of the Chandrayaan-2 mission to the moon. The next date to try has not yet been announced. https://t.co/bzVtlZhABB
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India’s Chandrayaan-2 Moon Launch Is Delayed

The country’s hopes to become the fourth to land on the moon were put on hold Monday.

On Jul 22, 2019
@NYTScience shared
When and how to watch India's second try at launching Chandrayaan-2 to the moon https://t.co/pswy1xSSFr
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India’s Chandrayaan-2 Embarks on Mission to the Moon

The country hopes to become the fourth to land on the lunar surface with the robotic probe.

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On Jul 16, 2019
@CSIS shared
"All the things that China does — its corporate espionage campaigns, its serious human rights violations — make companies a little nervous." @CyberCSIS director Jim Lewis describes the growing caution towards working with China's tech giants with @NBCNews. https://t.co/kHFaF2Un8u
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U.S. tech on guard against China as scrutiny increases on security, human rights

Experts say that the cooling trade tensions with China mask a deeper change in how tech companies now approach doing business with companies like Huawei.

On Jul 14, 2019
@brianweeden shared
@JamesMuncy Yes, but the devil is always in the details. Are they talking active space control like reconfiguring payloads and changing orbits maneuvering or dropping bombs on jammers and blowing up satellites? Even the US doctrine on this is confusing https://t.co/6uiF8t2LMe https://t.co/WPsgpK35aD
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JP 3-14, Space Operations, 10 April 2018

The various phenomena resulting from the Sun’s activity are collectively termed “space weather” and manifest as solar flares, increased electromagnetic noise, ionosphere interference, or ...

On Jul 18, 2019
@brianweeden shared
RT @SWFoundation: The first batch of audio & transcripts from the #SWFSummit19 are now available on our website, in addition to copies of Spotlight presentations: https://t.co/Kzm77Qv1yd #TBT https://t.co/98Nw4z9FaW
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Summit for Space Sustainability

The inaugural Summit for Space Sustainability was a high-level multi-day event focused on developing solutions for space sustainability. It encompassed a cross-section of space ...

On Jul 20, 2019
@torybruno shared
RT @Jeffrey_Bailey1: @ulalaunch @torybruno https://t.co/3Tr2ZAdgfV
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China and Russia are militarizing space with ‘energy weapons’ and anti-satellite missiles: Pentagon

The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) this week made an extensive report public about military expansion in space.

On Jul 14, 2019
@AusSpaceAgency shared
The Australian Space Agency has signed a Statement of Strategic Intent with Adelaide-based start up @MyriotaGlobal. https://t.co/jiUrxKqYHf https://t.co/S8ENfAu33R
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Building satellite IoT capability

The Australian Space Agency has signed a Statement of Strategic Intent and Cooperation with Australian space start-up Myriota, to enhance the capabilities of Australia’s space industry.

On Jul 20, 2019
@DeptofDefense shared
Earlier this week, @DefenseIntel Director @USArmy Lt. Gen. Robert P Ashley, Jr. spoke about emerging threats at the @AspenSecurity Forum in Aspen, Colo. #AspenSecurity Read more here: https://t.co/qMplmEHQdu https://t.co/CPfgPfwebV
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Cyberthreats Keeps DIA Director Up at Night

Lt. Gen. Robert P. Ashley Jr., director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, talked about the emerging threats at the Aspen Security Forum in Aspen, Colorado.

On Jul 15, 2019
@brianweeden shared
1) This level of existential threat really only works with nuclear weapons 2) No other country is as reliant on space as the US 3) A whole article on deterrence and no mention of deterrence by denial https://t.co/zl1LbsWwg6 https://t.co/S7goJT8T7k
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Thinking About Space Deterrence and China

U.S. space systems are the backbone of the U.S. economy and national security. Chinese counter-space weapon developments promise to make the satellite protection mission ever more ...

On Jul 10, 2019
@AusSpaceAgency shared
RT @karenandrewsmp: WA will play a big role in achieving the Morrison Govt’s goal of tripling the size of the 🇦🇺 space sector to $12 billion & an extra 20,000 jobs by 2030. Today I’ve signed an MOU between the @AusSpaceAgency & WA Government, unlocking $6 million in funding! https://t.co/b6Bk4rIXQd https://t.co/15toQVZTNX
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Space Agency and WA reach new heights

Joint media release with the Western Australian Minister for Science, Innovation and ICT, Hon Dave Kelly MLAWestern Australia will play a key role in the Australian Space Agency’s efforts ...

On Jul 18, 2019
@NatGeo shared
“It's surprising how many problems machine learning can meaningfully contribute to.” https://t.co/3UqtPnJCfM
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How artificial intelligence can tackle climate change

The biggest challenge on the planet might benefit from machine learning to help with solutions. Here are a just a few.

On Jul 16, 2019
@ForeignAffairs shared
At precisely the moment that space is becoming more crowded and conflict-prone, many of the arrangements for governing it are becoming obsolete. What’s needed is greater international cooperation, not less, write @StewartMPatrick and Kyle L. Evanoff. https://t.co/uzqTOYkOle
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The Right Way to Achieve Security in Space

For Washington, space security depends at least as much on international cooperation as it does on national dominance.

On Jul 17, 2019
@politico shared
RT @POLITICOEurope: The Galileo satellite has been offline for nearly a week, with no solution in sight https://t.co/aCTp0IQxkF
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EU goes dark on Galileo satellite outage

’We can’t provide a running commentary,’ official says after EU forced to take satellite navigation system offline.