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UK Spaceflight Act 2017

A UK spaceport has been on the horizon for a few years now and there are number of different sites scattered throughout the UK that have been positioning themselves as the most viable candidate. 1,088 more words

Spexit: What Does Brexit Mean for the UK’s Place in Space? Part 1

This was originally intended to be a single post largely derived from a presentation I gave at a conference on ‘The Impact of the 2016 Referendum on UK Membership of the EU’ at my alma mater, Newcastle University in September 2016… 1,662 more words

LECTURE: Taking the High Ground-The Case For Space Dominance (Sept. 2016)

Please note that there is a typo in the beginning: it is spelled “WEICHERT” not “Wiechert.” Thank you.

Trump Administration

The Outer Space Treaty at Fifty

The Outer Space Treaty (OST), frequently described as the ‘constitution’ or cornerstone of space law, was opened for signature fifty years ago today on 27 January 1967. 1,075 more words

Plata o plomo: Trump’s carrot-or-stick to Musk seems to have worked

When the CEOs of several major American companies met with the new leader of the free world two days ago, the conversation revolved around manufacturing restrictions and outsourcing — both in the crosshairs of President Trump’s agenda. 874 more words


Notes on Writing History

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A Short Guide to Writing History Essays © 2009, Department of History, University of Calgary

Preparing a Proposal… 305 more words


Science Policy Around the Web - November 18, 2016

By: Thaddeus Davenport, PhD

2016 Presidential Elections

How the Trump Administration Might Impact Science

Donald Trump is now the President-elect of the United States of America. 889 more words