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Crowdsourcing in Space Sector

Crowdsourcing in Space Sector

Author:: Claudia Paparini Once upon a time, sky, stars, moon, space were contemplated by thousands of poets, travelers, scientists who were trying to find the metaphor of power or the consistent presence of God. A long time has passed since then, but it is inevitable to think of the innumerable scientific space discoveries and applications…

African Space Industry

African Space Industry

Author: Khalil Ben Said The African space industry market represents a significant use case for the development of the space economy due to its accelerated growth which comes with many opportunities and relative challenges and risks. Even if the use of space technology, in particular downstream services (geolocalization services, broadband connectivity and satellite telecommunication), has…

Differences between NASA and ISRO

Differences between NASA and ISRO

Author: Tanner Bleedorn Both the US and India are major economic powers who have powerful space programs that are active in space. With the US one of the longest participants in space, it is prudent to start exploring the history of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and NASA’s Artimis program which is a…