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An Iranian woman is walking under a billboard that is displaying an image of the Iranian Qased satellite carrier in a residential area in northwestern Tehran, Iran, on December 13, 2023.

Morteza Nikoubazl via Reuters Connect

An Axis of ... Rockets?

Iran and North Korea have each recently taken major steps forward in their civilian space programs, but their partnerships with Russia have Western governments worried about potential progress on another kind of rocket: intercontinental ballistic missiles.
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War in space? Time to update space law
War in Space? Time to Update Space Law | GZERO World

War in space? Time to update space law

The UN wants to prevent an arms race in space. How? By reforming international space law, which hasn't been updated in more than 50 years.

The current treaty was negotiated during the Cold War, when only two countries — the US and the Soviet Union — had viable programs. Ratified by 111 countries, it bans space nukes and grants all countries the right to peacefully explore space — including the Moon.

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Tech in 60 Seconds: Apple's Revenue, China Space Race, and Uber for Kids
Tech in 60 Seconds - January 4, 2019

Tech in 60 Seconds: Apple's Revenue, China Space Race, and Uber for Kids

China lands on the far side of the moon, and just might be leading the space race.

It's Tech in 60 Seconds with Nicholas Thompson!


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