This article provides a summary of the key points from the report.Read More Report: The Private Sector’s Assessment of US Space Policy and Law (CSIS 2022)
The paper discusses the Brazilian National Programme of Space Activities (PNAE) for the period 2022-2031.Read More Paper: The New Brazilian National Program of Space Activities – PNAE (2022-2031): What to Expect (AEB 2022)
The portrayal of spaceports in fiction has long captured the imagination of audiences. From the bustling intergalactic hubs in “Star Wars” to the advanced facilities in Arthur C. Clarke’s works, the fictional versions often promise a future of effortless space travel and cosmopolitan charm. However, as commercial spaceports become an integral part of real-world plans for space exploration and tourism, it’s important to separate fact from fiction. This article debunks some of the myths perpetuated by fictional representations and offers a grounded view of what real spaceports are like and what they can potentially become.Read More Spaceports in Fiction Versus Reality: Debunking Myths
The concept of a space economy involves the commercialization of outer space, encompassing activities such as mining, manufacturing, research, and tourism. As technology advances, the prospect of integrating humanoid robots into this frontier becomes increasingly feasible. Understanding the potential impact of humanoid robots in the space economy requires an examination of several key areas, including labor, economics, ethics, and technological innovation. This article provides an analysis of these factors.Read More How Could the Use of Humanoid Robots Affect the Space Economy?
This Lunar Policy Handbook is an important tool and topical resource for anyone interested in lunar exploration.Read More Report: Lunar Policy Handbook (Moon Dialogs 2023)