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The Air and Space Academy having noted, through a study of the many recent examples, that air warfare scenarios without advanced combat aircraft are no longer feasible, considers that Europe is runnin
Date
16/11/2013
The current economic crisis makes decision makers aware of the economic and social dimension of the use of space.
Date
01/01/2013
The question is not whether Canada should be in space, but how public policies and programs can ensure that its presence there, and related activities on the ground, best serve the public interest and
Date
01/11/2012
Invisibility cloaks. The search for extraterrestrial intelligence. A Facebook for genes.
Date
01/12/2011
As the Congress considers the existing space policy challenges, the major issues it faces can be summarized as three broad questions: What is NASA for? What should NASA do? How?
Date
27/01/2011
This report presents conclusions, recommendations, and supporting material of the Committee on the Rationale and Goals of the U.S. Civil Space Program.
Date
01/01/2009
Since the dawn of the space era in 1957, space science and technology have enhanced our knowledge of Earth, atmosphere, and outer space. They have improved the quality of life for the human race.
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01/08/2008
Understanding trends in science and technology and interpreting state-of-the-art research results in view of their potential to influence future space activities is an input to long-term strategies.
Date
01/01/2008
UK Space Vision 2025 is a glimpse of what a space enabled world may look like in 2025, what it will mean for UK’s economy, for UK’s Government, and for consumers, families and citizens.
Date
01/06/2007

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