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Lawmakers Introduce Legislation to Extend NASA Authorities

A bipartisan group of senators have introduced legislation seeking to extend the authorization of the International Space Station, foster NASA partnerships with industry and drive efforts in the U.S. space industry.

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Wilbur Ross: Commerce Department Wants US to Get Lion’s Share of Space Market

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the department intends to build up the country’s competitiveness in the global space market through promotional initiatives and regulatory reform, SpaceNews reported Tuesday. “At the Commerce Department, our goal is to ensure that the United States captures the lion’s share of burgeoning space markets,” Ross said Tuesday during the 35th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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UK to Invest $67M in Space Launch Industry

The U.K. government plans to allocate $67 million for a program that would support satellite launch services and low gravity spaceflights from U.K. spaceports. The LaunchUK program is designed to help U.K. spaceports access the global market for small satellite launches and provide low gravity flights for science missions, the British …

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ODNI’s Bernard Collins: Gov’t, Space Industry Eye Satellite Acquisition Standards

Bernard Collins II, a senior adviser at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has outlined his stance on interoperability standards in an interview to discuss satellite acquisition and the space industry’s financial picture, production and product quality. In that interview posted July 25 by the American National Standards Institute, Collins said the government …

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