Courtesy: CSPS

The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy has compiled an extensive collection of current and historical documents on U.S. and international space policy, law, and regulation.

Many of these documents are difficult to find and previously had not been brought together in a single online source.

Credit: NASA

This archive is designed to serve as a resource for researchers, students, and anyone interested in the history and future of space exploration, development, and security.

For example, the collection contains a memo from John F. Kennedy to Lyndon Johnson that kicked off the Apollo program. Also you’ll find the directive that resulted in ubiquitous GPS, as well as a little-known report that led to the International Space Station.

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