Tag: Margarita Chrysaki

Problem of #SpaceDebris and the EU

Problem of #SpaceDebris and the EU

In almost 60 years of space activities starting with the launch of the Soviet satellite Sputnik in 1957, more and more space debris is released into Earth orbit. But what is ‘space debris’ and where did it come from? How did we get it spinning around our planet? Does it affect human life and if so what are […]

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Min(d)ing the #asteroids

Min(d)ing the #asteroids

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

As it is part of the human nature to explore, space exploration is undoubtedly a human internal need that is constantly keeping active the human beings in a vast range of sectors, writes Margarita Chrysaki, a Brussels-based political scientist. One of these sectors is reflected in industry and competitiveness. As a result, the nature of […]

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