Articles Tagged: Space Debris

An Opportunity to Take the Lead: How the Next National Space Policy Can Restore U.S. Leadership in Outer Space

The United States has been the de facto leader in outer space activities since it placed men on the Moon during Project Apollo. That success culminated the Cold War space race with the Soviet Union, and the resultant technological and scientific benefits gave the United States significant geopolitical prestige and the mantle of leadership in […]

The Value of Space to the Warfighter Command and Control (C2) and Space Situational Awareness (SSA)

The Marshall Institute is pleased to provide video sponsorship for the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies’ seminars entitled “The Friday Space Group: The Value of Space to the Warfighter” on Capitol Hill. On April 5, the series featured a discussion focusing on Command and Control (C2) and Space Situational Awareness (SSA). Leading the discussion will […]

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