Recently in the Space Policy Category

Two Congressional hearings were held simultaneously on Wednesday to discuss NASA's future.

President Trump signed Space Policy Directive - 3 on space traffic management today at the beginning of the third National Space Council Meeting.

Space Policy Directive-2 Signed

President Trump signed Space Policy Directive-2 (SPD-2) today in the oval office.

The EU-U.S. 2nd Space Policy Conference will cover the following issues:

TrumpSpace Details Emerge

Some additional insight into the Trump Administration's space policy was revealed today in Washington DC.

The European Space Policy Institute (ESPI) has released Space Policies, Issues and Trends in 2015-16 report, its annual report. The report provides their continued assessment of the space economy and global space policies.

The European Space Policy Institute (ESPI) has released ESPI Report 50 "Space for Sustainable Development". The report builds on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) approved by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015.

U.K. Releases National Space Policy

As Britain's first European Space Agency astronaut prepares for his historic launch to the International Space Station (ISS) on 15 December, the Government is publishing the UK's first ever National Space Policy - firmly placing the UK on the global stage for future space programmes.

The European Space Policy Institute recently held its 8th Autumn Conference with the theme The Governance of Space. The conference brings together space policy leaders from across Europe but also included speakers from the India, Japan and the United States.

Space advocacy groups have existed for more than four decades. While all of these groups are supportive of space exploration, they all have their own unique preferences - and differences.

In a report released today, the Space Foundation made a number of recommendations for strengthening the focus, oversight and funding of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and strengthening the U.S. civil space program.

NASA: To Boldly Go or To Loudly Whine?

NASA cannot have it both ways. Either it embodies the spirit of what can be done or it can whine about how hard it is. Trust me, whiners are not going to explore the universe.

The National Space Society (NSS) is pleased to announce that this year's Legislative Blitz was very successful, as we called on Congress to work with the Administration and NASA to reach consensus on a unified and comprehensive human and robotic spaceflight program.