NASA Welcomes Switzerland to Artemis Accords Agreement

That nation becomes the 37th country to commit to upholding beneficial space use for all. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) welcomed Switzerland as the 37th country…

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U.S. and Japan Propose UN Resolution to Prevent Space-Based Nuclear Weapons

U.S. ambassador announces effort to block development as well as deployment. The United States and Japan recently proposed a United Nations Security Council resolution urging its fellow nations…

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State Department Releases Space Diplomacy Framework

First strategy of its kind outlines international cooperation for near-earth space. The Department of State recently released its Strategic Framework for Space Diplomacy, the first document published by…

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House Committee Questions FCC on Space Debris Rule

Commission goes on to pass 5-year satellite deorbit rule. Prior to a vote by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on setting a 5-year deadline to deorbit low Earth…

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Subcommittee Chair Calls for Bezos Rocket Investigation

Rocket launch failed in Texas. Chair of the House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics Representative Don Beyer of Virginia was joined by fellow subcommittee member Representative Brian Babin…

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VP Harris Announces Ban on ASAT Missile Test

Hopes that other countries take similar action. Vice President Kamala Harris announced this week that the United States has become the first nation to commit to not conducting…

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Space Force Commander Calls for Space Rules

Highlights increased need for international guidelines as more nations are active in space. This week U.S. Space Force Commander General Raymond expressed the need for rules to be…

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