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Top 8 drivers in Space Economics

Top 8 drivers in Space Economics

Author: Geetha Rani Space Economics is growing and evolving, together with the development and profound transformation of the space industry and the further integration of space into society and economy.  The “old” space industry was  centralized, national, and bureaucratic. It was limited to state-run programs with limited numbers of public-private partnerships. The government’s push to…

Space Technology: new space trends

Space Technology: new space trends

Author: Veronica Rivas Boscan Ten years ago, on 14 October 2012, 9.5 millions concurrent users watched Felix Baumgartner free falling from the stratosphere and becoming the first human that broke the sound barrier without any extra engine power. This is still the most-watched YouTube live stream of all time and, as a telecommunication student at…

International Space Law

International Space Law

Author: SEAC – Space Economy Academy Space Law is the legal framework that lays down the rules and agreements made by countries centered on space and its resources. The activities dependent on space, the interests of the global parties involved and the future of the space economy as a whole have been the fundamentals behind…

Space Knowledge management

Space Knowledge management

Author: Elena Galletti For the successful application of Knowledge Management (KM) initiatives within an organization, it is necessary to create enabling conditions by shaping the company culture so that it fosters such initiatives. This must be done by intervening at various levels, from the definition of the organizational culture to the continuous motivation of the…

GNSS positioning

GNSS positioning

Author: Gerarda De Pasquale GNSS positioning is based on exact physic/mathematical models, [1]. The algorithms and the models perform very well in terms of the availability and accuracy of positioning, navigation and time (PNT), and can reach centimeters level of accuracy under good signal conditions, [2]. Unfortunately, the assumptions at the based of these models,…

New Space Economy

New Space Economy

Author: SEAC – Space Economy Academy Introduction New Space Economy 2022 represents an innovative approach to the Space industry under multiple aspects, such as the number and typology of the main players and investors, the technology, the industry, the space application, its economic impact, old objectives linked to science and the Space Race, together with new…

Treaties in Space Law

Treaties in Space Law

Author: Pietro Santoriello 1) Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space (Outer Space Treaty) of 1967 The Outer Space Treaty represents the main framework of international space law: 111 countries are parties to the treaty. One of the aims of the OST is that all countries have…

Space industry India vs. USA

Space industry India vs. USA

Author: Gerarda De Pasquale India’s space programme is driven by a state-owned agency: the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).  The space sector is largely, if not entirely, public, and so completely monopolised by ISRO. It counts only 2% of the $440 billion global industry.  At present, the Indian private sector participates primarily in the rocket…

Investments in Space Economy

Investments in Space Economy

Author: Pietro Santoriello Historically, the main actors in the space sector, i.e., those who provided various facilities and funds for the advancement of space exploration, were the governmental space agencies. Thanks to their advancement and development, but in a climate of Cold War and continuous competition between the US and USSR, the foundations were laid…

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…