Light Pollution from Satellites
The increase in proliferated low Earth orbit constellations has fueled concern over light pollution. How might such interference affect astronomy and the astronomical infrastructure?
Game Changer: Blockchain in the Space Sector
Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology, is gaining traction across various industries. How can blockchain work for the space enterprise?
CSPS at Satellite 2020
How is the commercial space sector changing national security? CSPS experts are sharing insights at the Satellite 2020 conference in Washington, DC.
Space Domain Awareness: Building Trust in the Data
As global space traffic management burdens continue to grow, how can we address the issue of trust when using data that is not from the U.S. government’s own certified sensor system? Join the Center for Space Policy and Strategy and The George Washington University Space Policy Institute for a discussion with the National Space Council User Advisory Group on building trust in space domain awareness data.
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