The agency’s latest report provides no clear options for the administration to assume leadership on an issue that will help shape the future of space.
Investing in new nuclear fuel;
Now is the time for quantum clocks;
Circumventing semiconductor sanctions;
Is augmented reality back on track?;
Drifting toward real-world tractor beams
Berlin blocks Chinese firm's takeover of Starlink rival;
China installs "floating barrier" to Scarborough Shoal;
China spy agencies head-hunting well-placed British nationals;
Retired British pilots face prosecution for training Chinese pilots;
U.S. accuses China of global media manipulation
The United States should proactively engage with other nations and initiate a comprehensive program to clean up the space debris problem.
For more than 30 years, the Department of Defense (DOD) has focused on "warfighting," emphasizing violent combat at the tactical and theater level over other national defense concerns, especially strategically.