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Anti-Satellite Test Not a Hostile Act, Chinese Space Official Says

January 25, 2007 By: Think Aerospace Category: Homeland Security No Comments →


Editorial PARIS — The Chinese government confirmed Jan. 23 that it had sent a missile to destroy one of its own satellites but insisted the test should not be viewed as a hostile act.

In a press briefing in Beijing, Liu Jianchao, spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, reiterated that China “has never participated and will never participate in any arms race in outer space,” Liu said, according to excerpts of his remarks provided by China’s Xinhua News Agency. “This test was not directed at any country and does not pose a threat to any country.” (more…)

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January 01, 2007 By: Think Aerospace Category: Aviation, Homeland Security, NASA, Satellites, Space Commercialization, Space Exploration, Sub-Orbital Tourism No Comments →

“Think Aerospace” was created to celebrate and recognize all of the incredibly exciting developments in aviation and aerospace technologies. This field combines all of human knowledge, experience & ingenuity into one area. It is a sum total of all technologies that have so far been developed – rocket science certainly, but every other science too: physics, engineering, mechanics, electronics, biology, material science, computing, optics, robotics, networking, mathematics, etc.

So much more is required than just the hard sciences. Without the most sophisticated and cutting-edge thoughts in economics, finance, sociology, political science, business management, entrepreneurship and law, aerospace would never have gotten this far. To reach the stars, it will need so much more.

Some think of it as the next frontier for human exploration. I think of it as the new, new world with untold riches and opportunities awaiting us.

Reach for the stars – inspire and be inspired!