Dennis Tito, first space tourist, and the privatization of INTELSAT (18 July) and EUTELSAT (July)
D. ASHFORD, P. COLLINS
“Your Spaceflight Manual - How You Could be a Tourist in Space Within Twenty Years”
Simon Schuster, 1990.
K. D. KATKIN
“Communications Breakdown?: The Future of Global Connectivity After the Privatization of INTELSAT”
Bepress Legal Series, Working Paper 508, 12 March 2005.
Yang Liwei, first Chinese man into space (15 October)
“China's Space Program - From Conception to Manned Spaceflight” Springer Praxis, 2004.
R. HANDBERG, Z. LI
“Chinese space policy”
“The New Space Race: China vs. USA”
Springer Praxis, 2009.
“China's launch of manned spacecraft welcomed in Japan”
Japan Economic Newswire, 15 October 2003.
The EU/ESA Framework Agreement,(entered into force in May), the first Space Council meeting (25 November) and the first non-government-funded manned spaceship that flies over 100 km above the Earth (21 June)
“European Space Policy” (2003)
European Commission Green Paper
“Space: a new European frontier for an expanding Union – An action plan for implementing the European Space Policy (2003)"
European Commission White Paper
F. von der DUNK
“Towards one captain on the European spaceship - why the EU should join ESA”
Space Policy, Volume 19, Issue 2, May 2003, pp. 83-86.
J. M. FARAMIÑÀN GILBERT, C. MUÑOZ RODRIGUEZ
“European Space Policy: a common future for ESA and EU”
In Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law at the International Astronautical Federation, Vancouver, Canada, 2004, pp.166-170.
“ESA+EU: Ideology or pragmatic task sharing?”
Space Policy, Volume 25, Issue 4, November 2009, pp. 206-208.
“Prospect for a European space administration”
Space Policy, Volume 20, Issue 1, February 2004, pp. 25-29.
K. KUNZMANN, P. REUTER
“Crafting a legal framework for a coherent future structure for European Space Activities”
Space Policy, Volume 20, Issue 1, February 2004, pp. 59-61.
K. MADDERS, J. WOUTERS
“Taking stock of Europe’s developing space policy: from the European space policy workshops to the European space policy forum”
Space Policy, Volume 20, Issue 1, February 2004, pp. 31-36.
S. MARCHISIO “L’Europa e la politica spaziale”
Affari Esteri, 2003, pp. 641–650.
L. J. SMITH, K.-U. HÖRL
“Institutional challenges for space activities in Europe”
Space Policy, Volume 60, Issue 3, February 2007, pp. 210-220.
The landing of the Huygens probe on Saturn’s moon Titan (14 January), the signing of the APSCO Convention (28 October) and the launch of the first prototype of Europe’s GALILEO satellite navigation system (28 December)
Communication from the Commission – Galileo – Involving Europe in a new generation of satellite navigation services (1999)
“The changing geopolitics of space activities”
Space Policy, Volume 22, Issue 2, May 2006, pp. 100-109.
ASI website on Cassini-Huygens mission
ESA Cassini-Huygens website
ESA EGNOS website
ESA GALILEO website
European Commission website on satellite navigation
NASA JPL on Cassini orbiter
Turkey becomes the ninth Signatory State of APSCO’s Convention (1st June)
“Space as a strategic vision for Turkey and its people”
Space Policy, Volume 25, Issue 4, November 2009, pp. 224-235.
China intentionally destroys one of its own satellites in an anti-satellite missile test (11 January), it launches the first prototype of its COMPASS satellite navigation system (14 April) and its first lunar mission (24 October) and Mars500 Project begins (november)
“Policy making in China’s space program: A history and analysis of the Chang’e lunar orbiter project”
Space Policy, Volume 26, Issue 4, November 2010, pp. 214-221.
N. L. JOHNSON, E. STANSBERY, J.-C. LIOU, M. HORSTMAN, C. STOKELY, D. WHITLOCK
“The characteristics and consequences of the break-up of the Fengyun-1C spacecraft”
Acta Astronautica, Volume 63, Issues 1-4, July-August 2008, pp. 128-135.
The launch of India’s first mission to the Moon (22 October)
“An Asian Moon Race?”
Space Policy, Volume 26, Issue 4, November 2010, pp. 222-228.
The President Obama’s space program, the launch of the first Iranian satellite (3 February) and the entering into force of the Lisbon Treaty with the new EU competence on space (1 December)
“Seeking a Human Spaceflight Programme Worthy of a Great Nation”
Final Report (“Augustine Report”) of the U.S. Human Spaceflight Plans Committee (1 June 2009)
“Space: a new European frontier for an expanding Union: An action plan for implementing the European Space policy”
Commission of the European Communities White Paper (2003)
“UE/Espace. Une puissance spatiale de plus en plus compétente”
Rapport annuel de l’Institut français des relations internationales
RAMSES, Paris, IFRI, September 2010.
“Le clausole relative allo spazio nel Trattato sul funzionamento dell’Unione europea”
In “Studi in onore di Umberto Leanza”, Napoli, 2008, pp.1157-1174.
“The EU’s emergent space diplomacy”
Space Policy, Volume 23, Issue 2, May 2007, pp. 97-107.
“Iran's space programme: Riding high for peace and pride”
Space Policy, Volume 25, Issue 3, August 2009, pp. 160-163.
“Building a European space policy”
Space Policy, Volume 4, Issue 2, May 1988, pp. 115-120.
Last update: 3 February 2011