Israel must lead in space exploration for maintaining its qualitative military edge, for national prestige, for promoting technological innovation and for leading humanity in pushing the boundaries of the next frontier
Rafael decided to engage in the development of a final product in the form of a constellation of small satellites used for photo-surveillance or communication, and are even talking about applying a business model of space services. Exclusive interview
A satellite dish stands damaged after at least two rocket propelled grenades slammed into a compound housing the country's main satellite earth station in the Maadi district of Cairo, Oct. 7, 2013 (AP Photo/Hamada Elrasam)
As the Egyptian President is working towards signing a deal with Thales Alenia Space to purchase an observation satellite and a military telecommunications satellite, Dr. Shaul Shay offers a review of the Egyptian space program. Will Egypt join Israel in the "Space Club"?
What does the future hold in store with regard to outer space? At the Fisher Institute’s 10th Ilan Ramon International Space Conference, a group of experts attempted to answer this question. A sneak peek into a very special symposium
Over the past few years, the space superpowers have tried to decide on the proper etiquette for behavior in the skies. Should space be considered a combat arena like all other arenas? Can military use of space be limited, and to what degree? Can the positioning of weapon and armament systems be prevented?
A new space-borne computer, a space camera, electrical propulsion systems and telescopes aimed at the infinite universe: Menachem Kidron, manager of the Israeli Space Agency, reveals details on Israel's new national space program for the first time