International action is needed to meet the greatest challenges affecting space exploration and applications, a report by 77 aerospace specialists from 17 nations has found. Among the issues requiring action, the report says, are space traffic control, detection of asteroids and other near-Earth objects, global navigation satellite system interoperability, promotion of public understanding of space achievements, and multilateral use of space-derived environmental data. The ...
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