Space exploration should aim for peace, collaboration and co-operation, not war and competition

By Kuan-Wei Chen, Ram S. Jakhu, Steven Freeland, Published by The Conversation, 11 October 2021 When the Soviet Union launched Sputnik 1 in 1957, it represented humanity’s first significant foray into the cosmos. Our imagination was opened to the wonder and lure of space for human endeavour as science fiction

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‘No Militarization of Space Act’ introduced in Congress

By Karl Grossman, Published by Nation of Change, 4 October, 2021 It is sponsored by five members of the House of Representatives led by Representative Jared Huffman called the U.S. Space Force “costly and unnecessary.” A “No Militarization of Space Act”—which would abolish the new U.S. Space Force—has been introduced

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Weapons are already being developed for the first space war. [Source:]

Insane U.S. Plan to Spend Billions on Weaponizing Space Makes Defense Contractors Jump for Joy—But Rest of World Cowers in Horror at Prospect of New Arms Race Leading to World War III

By Karl Grossman, Published by CovertAction Magazine 25 August 2021 Imagine this scenario from the year 2045: The U.S. and China, after years of belligerence, go to war over control of the Taiwan straits; most of the battles are fought through cyber-attacks and space-based weapons systems that had been perfected

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