space power

space power

The total strength of a nation's capabilities to conduct and influence activities to, in, through, and from space to achieve its objectives. See also space.
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Because space power includes all of a nation's space capabilities, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and its activities are key components of American space power.
He earlier said the failures hurt Russia's image as a leading space power.
Summary: China has launched its second lunar exploration probe, boosting the country's efforts to rise as a major space power.
Fourteen essays presented at the November 2006 symposium chronicle the early emergence of space as a perceived military domain during the Cold War, the evolution of space doctrine, and technological innovations that transformed American space power.
For the past decade and a half, we have struggled to understand the meaning of space power, space superiority, and space dominance.
Birkan, who manages the space power and propulsion basic research investment portfolio at AFOSR, explained why continued funding toward this research is so important.
The uniqueness and the unique contribution in this world of interdependence that we're talking about is reflected by air and space power in the very nature of what it brings, in the notion of delivering sovereign options, or in the notion of holding a global set of activities or targets at risk.
Our partner air forces understand the value of air and space power and its effective against the broad range of threats we will encounter in the coming years.
This award continues a period of contract wins by Teledyne Energy Systems in the space power sector and demonstrates our commitment to quality, reliability and innovation," said Teledyne Technologies chairman, president and CEO Robert Mehrabian.
It all starts in 2408 on the asteroid Cicero, as problems between the FISC (Federation of Independent Space Colonies) and its rival space power, the UDSC (United Democratic Space Colonies), seem to be escalating again.
In the next two decades, new technologies will allow the fielding of space-based weapons of devastating effectiveness to be used to deliver energy and mass as force projection in tactical and strategic conflict," says New World Vistas:Air and Space Power for the 21st Century, a 1996 U.
Its study - "New World Vistas: Air and Space Power for the 21st Century" - was commissioned by the Air Force Secretary Sheila E.

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