Trends in shaping space policies around the world

  • Deganit Paikowsky
  • Isaac Ben Israel
Part of the Yearbook on Space Policy book series (YEARSPACE)

Abstract

This paper aims to note the primary trends in space policy in the period from June 2009 to June 2010, a busy year for space activities worldwide. Many nations entered the process of reevaluating their space programmes and future policies; governments. space spending reached about a third (86.17 billion dollars) of the global space market (261.61 billion dollars), reflecting an aggregate growth rate of 16%, which demonstrates the value attributed to space activity.748

Keywords

Space Activity International Space Station Space Technology Space Policy Space Programme 
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  • Deganit Paikowsky
  • Isaac Ben Israel

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