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Aug 3, 2012

SWF Announces Young Professional Scholarship Winners for IAC 2012 in Naples

Secure World Foundation is proud to announce the young professionals who have won scholarships for travel funding to the 2012 International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Naples, Italy.

Jul 23, 2012

Secure World Foundation announces international dialog on satellite servicing and debris removal

SWF will be holding conferences in Brussels (Oct 2012) and Singapore (Feb 2013) to continue the conversation on OOS and ADR begun at a DARPA Conference in Washington, DC

Jul 17, 2012

SWF Announces SSI Executive Summary 2012 Release

Secure World Foundation is pleased to announce the release of the executive summary of Space Security 2012, the ninth annual report on developments that have an impact on the security and long-term sustainability of outer space.

Jun 4, 2012

New Report: Hazardous Near Earth Objects - Communicating the Risk

The Near Earth Object Media/Risk Communications Working Group Report has been issued by Secure World Foundation. To deal with potentially hazardous Near Earth Objects (NEOs) that could strike the Earth, there is need to establish an effective international communications strategy - but doing so is a daunting task, one that demands effective use of mass communication tools.

Mar 18, 2012

Experts See Threat to Environmental Intelligence in Monitoring Our Changing Earth

Specialists agree that environmental intelligence must be a national priority, as it is essential to protecting our citizens, economy, and national security. Lack of information - particularly from Earth-orbiting sensors and systems -- could have devastating consequences, chiefly in the area of risk management.

Feb 15, 2012

Virtual Communities Tap Satellite Technologies for Disaster Response

For the past several years, advancements in technologies have made it possible for virtual communities to provide increasing support to disaster preparedness and emergency response efforts.

Jan 11, 2012

Russian Spacecraft Re-entry: Orbital Debris Experts Availabe for Comment

The uncontrolled re-entry of Russia's Phobos-Grunt spacecraft is expected to occur early next week, perhaps between January 15-16. Secure World Foundation experts are available to discuss orbital debris, space situational awareness, space traffic management, space sustainability, and associated topics.

Last updated on April 18, 2012