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Aerospace, Space

Organizations relating to Aerospace, Space

International Association of Planetology / Est. 1968
AECMA-European Aerospace Supplier Evaluation
European Space Sciences Committee / Est. 1975
Centre européen d'observation des OVNIs / Est. 1990
European Association of Aerospace Students / Est. 1959
International Forum on Earth Observation Using Space Stations Elements
Solar Influences Data Analysis Centre / Est. 1981
African Regional Centre for Space Science and Technology Education - English / Est. 1998
Geostatistical Association of Southern Africa
Action Committee for European Aerospace
Convention on the International Liability for Damage Caused by Space Objects / Est. 1972
European Space Agency / Est. 1975
UNU Institute of Outer Space and Society
International Space Science Institute / Est. 1995
European Cooperation for Space Standardization / Est. 1993
International Autonautique Federation / Est. 1908
Portland Center for International Cooperation in Space / Est. 2006
Agreement on Cooperation among Air Traffic Companies / Est. 1965
Asia Pacific Space Designers' Alliance / Est. 1989
Project Starlight International / Est. 1964
International Federation of Airworthiness / Est. 1964
ESA Information Retrieval Service
Commonwealth Space Agency
International Centre for the History of Space and Time / Est. 1981

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World Problems relating to Aerospace, Space

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unidentified flying objects
Disasters of extraterrestrial origin
Motion sickness
Lack of space
Space warfare
Inadequate facilities for children's play
Space weapons arms race
Dangerous collisions of nuclear-powered satellites with space debris
Military obstacles to peaceful development of space
Damage caused by space objects
Gamma ray disturbance in space
Limited space for markets
Restriction of outer space benefits to a limited number of countries
Technological programme errors
Meteors as hazards
Inflexible classroom space
Extraterrestrial invasion
Secrecy concerning existence of extraterrestrials
Sonic boom generated by supersonic aircraft
Aerospace monopolies
Nuclear accidents in space
Irresponsible exploitation of solar system resources
Accidents involving astronauts
Government secrecy concerning nuclear weapons testing
Conflicting claims to non-terrestrial territory

Action Strategies relating to Aerospace, Space

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Contacting extraterrestrials
Exposing secrecy concerning existence of extraterrestrials
Studying extraterrestrial infectious diseases and bacteria
Advancing space exploration
Assuring proper space care
Exchanging knowledge on planetary science
Studying space weather
Distributing human settlements
Cooperating in the use of outer space
Developing underground space
Spatial ordering
Organizing community space
Encouraging influence by extra-terrestrial aliens
Promoting peaceful use of space
Living within earth's carrying capacity
Equipping central craft workshop
Establishing community symbolic space
Distributing available planting space
Acquiring adequate workshop space
Creating attractive space designs
Expanding available retail space
Enhancing development through space technology
Expanding educational space
Standardizing aeronautical regulations
Designating ordered general space

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