Space technology, particularly the use of satellites, has significantly influenced multiple sectors, including water management. Water management entails the collection, transportation, treatment, and distribution of water for various uses such as agriculture, municipal supply, and industrial processes. Effective water management also involves monitoring water quality, predicting water availability, and mitigating the effects of natural disasters like floods and droughts. This article reviews the role of space technology in global water management.Read More How Can Space Technology Help With Water Management?
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), commonly known as UFOs, have captured public imagination for decades. However, scientific research into these phenomena has been limited. NASA recently released a report by an independent study team outlining how the agency can leverage its expertise and assets to enhance the scientific study of UAP. Satellite imaging and space-based observations will play a key role in this endeavor.Read More The Role of Satellite Imaging and Space-Based Observations in UAP Research
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 report was published by NASA’s Satellite Servicing Capabilities Project team. It captures findings from their study on developing on-orbit satellite servicing capabilities. The document is a must read for those interested in space logistics.Read More Report: On-Orbit Satellite Servicing Study (NASA 2010)
The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) is a trade association that represents the interests of companies in the satellite industry, including manufacturers, service providers, and other key stakeholders. Founded in 1995, the Satellite Industry Association serves as a collective voice for the industry, advocating for regulatory and policy initiatives that support the growth and innovation in the satellite sector.Read More What is SIA and its Relevance to the Space Economy?