Space Foundation’s second season of “Space Matters” convenes well-known policy influencers for monthly high-level space policy conversations on emerging topics and trends within the global space economy.
Marc Jochemich, Head of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Washington Office, shares insight into DLR operations, the center’s presence in DC, and international cooperation between Germany and the United States. This episode is the sixth and fina…
The overall space economy expanded 4.4 percent to $447 billion in 2020 with more nations participating than ever before, according to the Space Foundation’s updated Space Report.
The Space Foundation and KMPG released a new report Aug. 17 titled 'Navigating Space: A Vision for the Space Domain'
The 36th annual Space Symposium will follow a hybrid model, streaming keynote remarks, presentations, panel discussions from the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs Aug. 23-26 to virtual attendees around the world.
From high-speed data transfer via satellites, to the innovative technologies and scientific discoveries delivering real benefits on Earth, space is increasingly a crosscutting component in 21st Century society. But do we have what we need to access the full potential of space? Not yet.
When the nonprofit Space Foundation began devoting the first day of its annual Space Symposium to cybersecurity in 2010, the forum was unclassified. In recent years, however, the event has been restricted to U.S. citizens with Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information or code-word clearance.