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Government Regulations

Government regulations are essential for ensuring the responsible and sustainable use of space, minimizing the risks associated with space debris, and fostering international cooperation in addressing this growing problem.


United States

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): NASA is the United States' space agency and plays a significant role in space exploration and research. It is involved in studying and monitoring space debris, developing technologies to mitigate space debris, and promoting international cooperation for space sustainability.


China National Space Administration (CNSA): CNSA is the national space agency of China and is responsible for China's space activities. It participates in international efforts for space debris mitigation and has been working on technologies to track and monitor space debris.


Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA): JAXA is Japan's national space agency and is actively involved in space debris research and mitigation efforts. It has developed technologies for debris removal, such as the Kounotori spacecraft, which can capture and remove space debris.


Roscosmos: Roscosmos is the Russian space agency responsible for space activities in Russia. It participates in international efforts to mitigate space debris and works on tracking and monitoring space debris using radar and optical systems.

European Union

European Space Agency (ESA): The ESA is an intergovernmental organization dedicated to space exploration and research in Europe. It works on various aspects of space debris mitigation, including tracking and monitoring space debris, developing techniques for debris removal, and promoting international guidelines and standards.


United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA): UNOOSA is a United Nations office that promotes international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space. It plays a crucial role in coordinating international efforts to address space debris and facilitates the development of guidelines and best practices for space debris mitigation.


International Telecommunication Union (ITU): The ITU is a specialized agency of the United Nations that deals with issues related to information and communication technologies. It works on coordinating the use of radio frequencies and orbital slots to minimize the generation of space debris from satellite operations.

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Join the Space Waste Ecosystem

We strongly advocate for collaboration as the essential factor in addressing the problems posed by space debris. Our aspiration is that all nations and international organizations can join forces to safeguard the integrity of our orbit and beyond.

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