The Future of the Asian Order Will Be Decided in Space
By Peter Garretson
Space resources could determine which country winds up dominating the 21st century.
China Has a Head Start in the New Space Race
By Namrata Goswami
The “Age of Apollo” is over and the Chang-e era has dawned.
Asia’s Many Space Races
By Joan Johnson-Freese
It's not just the U.S. and China; there are other equally strategic space races going on in Asia as well.
Will Australia Finally Get a Space Agency?
By Luke Hunt
Canberra is moving toward a long-deferred dream.
After Delay, Russia’s Newest Spaceport Sends Up First Rocket
By Catherine Putz
“I am happy to welcome you to Vostochny, a new and actually the first ever Russian spaceport,” Putin said.
Mangalyaan: India’s Frugal Mission to Mars
Could India become a “budget” player in the space technology market?