While many of us west of the Atlantic were occupied by copious amounts of turkey and mashed potatoes, our friends across the pond were focused on the arguably more exciting task of firing new rocket engines.
The UK intends to join Spain, and Portugal to build a new small-sat constellation to improve climate change research and disaster monitoring.
Russia is seeking more cooperation with China on military space weapons—and some members of Congress are already speaking out about the proposed partnership.
Bulgaria will become the 32nd nation to join the Artemis Accords during a signing ceremony on Thursday in DC, NASA announced yesterday. NASA chief Bill Nelson, Bulgarian officials, and representatives from the US State Department will participate in the ceremony at NASA HQ. Accords 101: The US rolled out the Artemis Accords in October 2020 […]
Teodoro Valente, the president of the Italian Space Agency, was in DC last week on a mission to look for additional areas of cooperation between the Italian space sector and American space companies.
SpaceX plans to provide Starlink satellite internet access to the UN and internationally recognized aid organizations working within Gaza despite objections from the Israeli government.