ESPI Executive Brief

Questions raised by the Covid-19 crisis for the European space sector

ESPI Book

The Global Space Activity Monitor

Questions raised by the Covid-19 crisis for the European space sector

ESPI Book

ESPI Yearbook 2019

ESPI Book

The Global Space Activity Monitor

ESPI Yearbook 2019

ESPI Report

Towards a European Approach to Space Traffic Management

ESPI Report

The Global Space Activity Monitor

Towards a European Approach to Space Traffic Management

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29.05.2020
This publication in the Springer series on Studies in Space Policy examines the background and context of Latin America's political and socioeconomic landscape with a focus on space activities. It discusses Latin America's contribution to this sector from an international relations perspective, and explores the debates around the establishment of a Latin American Space Agency. Furthermore, it is devoted to the national space infrastructures and space activities of Latin American states.&nb
29.05.2020
This publication in the Springer series on Studies in Space Policy provides an extensive overview of the protection of cultural heritages sites on the Moon (humanity’s lunar heritage) and the various threats they face. 
22.05.2020

The space sector has been impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, with widespread uncertainty about the long-lasting effects of the emerging and unprecedented economic crisis. This ESPI Brief firstly looks at how space capabilities contributed to monitor and manage the crisis and how the European space sector has been impacted; then, it examines the major issues at stake in handling the crisis and the broad consequences for public strategy and space policy.

10.05.2020

The ESPI Yearbook provides an overview of major developments and trends in space policy, industry, programmes, economy and overall worldwide activity over the year. This year ESPI updated the editorial formula and publication policy! The report is now available for free directly on ESPI website. Find out more about space policies, issues and trends in 2019.

24.04.2020

On April 6, 2020, the U.S. White House issued an “Executive Order on Encouraging International Support for the Recovery and Use of Space Resources”, tasking the U.S. Secretary of State, to encourage international support for the public and private recovery and use of resources in outer space, consistent with the official U.S. position. ESPI Brief 40 identifies and discusses some of the key considerations raised by this Executive Order and international reactions.

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