The case for tying Responsible Space to market access

Recent years have seen the introduction of a new era of commercial space activity, driven by advancements in technology, increases in private investment, and reductions in satellite manufacturing and launch costs. Small satellites are being launched in unprecedented numbers, and proposals for large, low-Earth-orbit (LEO) constellations are a reality. This new era of space activity is expanding space-based global communications, remote sensing, and a host of novel services that promise new opportunities for economic development, global education, rural healthcare, location-based services, and advancements in environmental science.
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