It’s planning the first-ever demonstration to knock one off course but the funding is in limbo
The two countries are wrapping up joint war games but few see the signs of a real alliance.
The head of the Satellite Industry Association outlines why better management of the electromagnetic spectrum is crucial.
“I bet if the dinosaurs had a space program, they’d still be here and we wouldn’t,” the noted astrophysicist says.
The B612 Foundation is hoping to build the first comprehensive map.
The improvements ‘pose major challenges to Taiwan’s security’, US Congress is told in week of new Act authorizing greater US support to the self-ruling island
The nation’s spy satellite chief calls for empowering the ‘doers’ by reducing the ‘reviewers.’
It’s a mystery if remaining remnants of the group that perpetrated the 9/11 attacks are still even plotting overseas attacks.
The Union of Concerned Scientists once again is taking a leading role in questioning plans for a space-based shield.
One Air Force general’s call for ‘radical collaboration across the whole-of-government’ to win the new space race
One expert is trying to compile all the public data available to ensure the Space Force debate is better informed.
At the Hoover Institution, the pair make it clear they stand for a stable global order.
A pattern of policy pronouncements will little or no notice ‘adds an extra layer of instability and stress,’ says one former top defense official.
Renovating the National Air and Space Museum will require nearly a billion dollars and more than the usual suspects.
One startup founded by a veteran space engineer says the best option is make spacecraft propellant in orbit
His threat to withdraw U.S. commitment ‘strikes at the heart’ of the alliance, says one former NATO ambassador.
A constabulary force modeled on the Coast Guard is viewed as ‘more Swiss army knife than Ka-Bar.’
The head of Stellar Solutions also outlines the challenges for smaller space companies to compete.
Despite Pentagon assertions, secret programs allow American troops to direct combat raids in Somalia, Kenya, Niger and other African nations.
POLITICO talks to the head of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation
Apollo astronaut Jack Schmitt makes a detailed case for why NASA’s Space Launch System beats the commercial alternatives.
POLITICO talks to JPL Director Michael Watkins about the lab’s historic legacy and plans to keep exploring where no one has gone before.
Those who have dealt with the mercurial and often maddening regime offer up tips. But some things are impossible to prepare for.