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Moriba Jah, Keynote at 1st International Academy of Astronautics: Conference on Space Situational Awareness

Dr. Moriba Jah provided a keynote lecture to the 1st International Academy of Astronautics: Conference on Space Situational Awareness (ICSSA). His lecture involved highlighting current barriers to achieving a successful and meaningful International Space Traffic Management system, and he provided solutions where relevant. Given the great success of the 1st ICSSA just concluded in Orlando, […]

Reopening the American Frontier: Promoting Partnerships Between Commercial Space and the U.S. Government to Advance Exploration and Settlement

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), chairman of the Subcommittee on Space, Science, and Competitiveness, will convene the rescheduled hearing titled “Reopening the American Frontier: Promoting Partnerships Between Commercial Space and the U.S. Government to Advance Exploration and Settlement” at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 13, 2017. The subcommittee will examine partnerships between the U.S. government […]

Academic Research Key to Tackling Orbital Debris

The academic community can and should play a larger role in tackling the issues of space debris and space situational awareness, according to Moriba Jah, an associate professor for the University of Texas’ aerospace engineering department. In an interview with Via Satellite, Jah said the aerospace industry must invest in “rigorous and comprehensive” scientific research […]

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