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2012 - Perspective

2012 - Perspective

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Space activities, investments, and technologies are an integral part of the toolkit that governments and industry use to create economic and social benefits. Certain undertakings rely on a mixture of the activities described elsewhere in The Space Report, drawing together policy, space products, finance, infrastructure, and human capital.


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Year: 2012
Today, nations are under pressure to replace aging satellite infrastructure while continuing to deploy new satellite systems and achieve the related mission objectives within the constraints of tighter budgets. The situation is particularly challenging in the United States, where all government...
Year: 2012
The value of space assets and applications for economic and social development is increasingly apparent to decision-makers in emerging space states. At the same time, more established space nations are seeking new commercial markets for their space industries’ services, technologies, and...
Year: 2012
Throughout the world, space policies, strategies, and plans are formalized in documents through which governments communicate the priorities and strategic objectives of their space programs. Space policies describe the overarching approach that guides a country’s space program within the context...

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