Dr. Moriba Jah is currently in Darmstadt, Germany (July 24 – Aug 1), participating in discussions related to his research in space traffic and orbital debris as it relates to issues of science, security, and world affairs. Funded in part by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation, the International Summer Symposium on Science and World […]
Here is the written congressional testimony of Dr Moriba Jah as provided to the Senate Subcommittee for Space. dr-moriba-jah-testimony-1-
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 […]
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 […]
Researchers from across the globe are gathering in Canberra to coordinate one of the biggest clean-up efforts the universe has seen. Mount Stromlo’s Space Environment Research Centre is hosting the consortium, focused on clearing millions of pieces of man-made “space garbage” from the Earth’s orbit. Link here
Astronaut Today interacted with Moriba Jah, an astrodynamicist with an expertise in qualifying, assessing and predicting the behaviour of objects in space. During this candid chat, he spoke about developments in this space, industries that are being benefited, challenges of astrodynamics and much more.