NEWS, UPDATES & RESEARCH
Feburary 18, 2020 | UW News
Earth's cousins: Upcoming missions to look for 'biosignatures' in the atmospheres of nearby worlds
Feburary 14, 2020 | UW News
Feburary 3, 2020 | Space.com, Featuring UW Astronomer James Davenport
Feburary 2020 | UW College of Arts & Science
Feburary 2020 |Smithsonian, Featuring UW Physicist Leslie Rosenburg
Satellite Mega-Constellations Stir A Debate Over Avoiding Catastrophic Orbital Crashes
The retired commander of the U.S. Strategic Command says the tens of thousands of satellites that SpaceX, OneWeb and Amazon are planning to put into orbit over the next few years will require a new automated system for space traffic management — and perhaps new satellite hardware requirements as well.
Retired Gen. Kevin Chilton laid out his ideas for dealing with potentially catastrophic orbital traffic jams at the University of Washington on Friday, during the inaugural symposium presented by UW’s Space Policy and Research Center.
July 20, 1969
For the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing,
the Space Policy and Research Center at the University of Washington
presents these reflections of the Apollo Program by faculty, alumni and colleagues
who were inspired to work toward a future in air and space.
UW aerospace professor wins Young Investigator Research Program Award from Air Force to develop data science methods for plasma optimization
December 20, 2019 | William E. Boenig Aeronautics and Astronautics Dept.
December 18, 2019 | The Seattle Times, Featuring SPARC Co-Director Kristi Morgansen
UW Aeronautics & Astronautics leads $1.2M NSF grant to advance autonomy through Mars missions insights
November 25 2019 | William E. Boeing Aeronautics and Astronautics Dept.
Charting the Rules for Space: A New UW Center for Policymakers, Scientists & Engineers
Co-Directors Kristi Morgansen and Saadia Pekkanen explain the need for the Space Policy and Research Center and the unique advantage the University of Washington provides.