President Donald Trump’s reestablishment of a National Space Council is an encouraging sign that the administration recognizes the importance of space technology to U.S. commerce, security—and to its national spirit. This is a critical time for the U.S. in space. In the commercial realm, no nation is more dependent on space technology than the U.S. Communications, banking, environmental management, agriculture and myriad other activities are more efficient and effective because ...

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