Follow the link below to our July Newsletter! This month we share group updates and individual achievements, upcoming events and opportunities, updates from the UN COPUOS legal subcommittee, and articles on space tourism and international moon exploration agreements.
Interview with María de las Victorias Cocca & Esquivel International Secretary of the Latin American and Caribbean Space Network (ReLaCa Espacio) By Itzel Rocillo
Satellites enable our modern, hyper-connected lives. Data from space systems feed into a swath of essential services that people all over the world depend on daily – cellular networks, broadband internet, climate science and agriculture, freight logistics and tracking, weather data, emergency and natural disaster relief, and countless others. Together, these on-orbit services and data form an unseen yet critical backbone of today’s global economy.
View our May 2021 newsletter and quiz answers. Post topics include planetary protection on Mars, safety agreements between NASA and SpaceX, updates on group activities, events and opportunities, achievements of our members, and a quiz.
Follow the link in this post to read our newsletter from February 2021. We interviewed Space Law & Policy Project Group Founder Christopher Johnson and introduced our blog post on the top 10 space law, policy, and scientific developments from 2020.
Follow the link in this post to see our first newsletter from December 2020. Topics include the International Space Station, the Artemis Accords, the Dark and Quiet Skies Conference, space traffic management, and on-orbit servicing. Try the crossword at the end!
In April of 2020, we celebrated an important milestone in astronomy and science: the Hubble Space Telescope turned 30! While the mission is best known for its beautiful imagery of the cosmos, the telescope has also changed the landscape of space science and this anniversary marked an exciting time to consider what is to come in the field of astronomy in the coming years.
Let's debunk some AI myths, discuss what space virtual assistants look like in 2020 and where the research is currently heading, addressing the limitations of this emerging technology.
Our oceans are vital for combating climate change and thus need to be conserved. Read how space technologies can help.
SGAC is led by young aspiring space enthusiasts, students and young professionals under 35 years old from different backgrounds starting their career in space. Our goal is to help solidify their voice and present their ideas to leading space institutions such as United Nations, space agencies, leaders in the industry and academia.