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#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: Cybersecurity and climate change: a common cause for the space industry

The least we can say is that 2022 has been an eventful year on the world stage, and with no doubt, space took a major part in the headlines. From global environmental challenges to the sudden perception of a war fought Europe's backyard, the space domain and its technology have suddenly reached a level of public awareness and public utility never experienced before. What have we learned from the year that has just gone by, and what still needs to be addressed?

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#SpaceWatchGL Share: Moscow develops military space tech: should we take note? – analysis

Russia recently conducted a successful test of the Nudol system, shooting down one of its own satellites. However, Nudol is just one of many tools that may help Russia gain dominance in space and constrain other nations acting in space. Donatas Palavenis, of the Baltic Institute of Advanced Technology, gives a review.

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US Intelligence expects China to expand space weapons

Paris, 19 April 2021. – China intends to expand its destructive anti-satellite (ASAT) weapon arsenal to target U.S. satellites, the annual report of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) concluded.„China has already fielded ground-based ASAT missiles intended to destroy satellites in LEO and ground-based ASAT lasers probably intended to blind or damage sensitive space-based optical sensors on LEO satellites,” the unclassified report published last week found.

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Space Café WebTalk Recap Dr. Malcolm Davis on Australia’s recent space developments

In this week’s Space Cafè WebTalk, Dr. Malcolm Davis, Senior Analyst at Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Australia talked about the current strategic developments in Australia’s space ambitions.

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#SpaceWatchGL on the road: a Serbian ‘case’ for Cybersecurity in space

Serbian Case for Space Foundation organized its third webinar, together with Spacewatch.Global, on the 23rd July 2020. On this occasion, SCS wanted to tackle an important topic that often takes a backseat to popular engineering and technological feats when it comes to public perception of space industry: cyber security in outer space. SCS invited Andrej Petrovski, the Director of Tech at Share Foundation and Daniel Porras, the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Communications at the Secure World Foundation.

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