Comets, Astrobiology and More – 2020 Space Conference a Huge Success

Last week, the Space Education and Strategic Applications Conference (SESA), hosted by American Public University System (APUS), showcased industry thought leaders and academics from across the galaxy.

US Sets a New Direction in Space Policy and Space Law

Things are changing in the world and also in space. On October 13, 2020, the Artemis Accords were signed virtually by seven directors of national space agencies led by NASA.

A Colorful Moon: Mineral Resources on Our Nearest Neighbor

This week’s image was taken on the evening of September 28 and features a false-color view of the Moon.

Space Mission Profiles: Space-Based Infrared System

The Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) is a constellation of satellites — currently four with two more tentatively scheduled for future deployment

Comets, Astrobiology and More – 2020 Space Conference a Huge Success

US Sets a New Direction in Space Policy and Space Law

A Colorful Moon: Mineral Resources on Our Nearest Neighbor

Space Mission Profiles: Space-Based Infrared System

Will future space exploration be led by the government or the private sector? In this episode, Dr. Gary Deel talks to Dr. Dan Britt about the evolving role of private-sector companies like SpaceX in space exploration and space commerce.