This publication reviews the latest developments in space science and technology, space applications, international collaboration and space law for the period November 2004 to October 2005, prepared in co-operation with the International Astronautical Federation and the International Institute of Space Law. Topics covered include: space transportation, robotic and human earth orbital activities, space studies and exploration, technological advances, educational issues, international co-operation and space law.Meanwhile, during the same week ESA successfully demonstrated the required minimal noise levels in frequency and power of a ... The new $40-mil!ion extension is expanding Clustera#39;s original mission to study as-yet unexplored regions of space and to make the first ... was released from the Cassini mother ship on 25 December 2004. and landed successfully on Saturna#39;s moon Titan on 14 January.
|Title||:||Highlights in Space 2005|
|Author||:||International Astronautical Federation, United Nations. Office for Outer Space Affairs, International Institute of Space Law|
|Publisher||:||United Nations Publications - 2006-01-01|