President Trump’s desire to establish a U.S. Space Command may have an impact on the the local 10th Space Warning Squadron located at the Cavalier Air Force Station in North Dakota. What effect this move will have to this sqaudron is […]
Porfessor Michael Dodge was recently interviewed and quote in an article at Space.com titled “Space Has Always Been Militarized, Just Not Weaponized….”.
Dr. Sherry Fieber-Beyer was interviewed for a Sciencemag.org article, “Asteroid miners could use Earth’s atmosphere to catch space rocks”. The article is available on online here.
Read the article about spaceports here.
Dr. Michael Dodge was interviewed by SpSt M.S. Alum (’12) and current Aerospace Science Ph.D. candidate Elizabeth Howell for her recently published online article, “The Space Station Is Shifting to Commercial Crew Vehicles. Where Does That Leave Russia?” at Space.com. […]
Dr. Michael Dodge was in Washington D.C. to attend the American Bar Association’s Space Law Symposium held on June 7, 2018. Dr. Dodge was a moderator on a panel of experts explaining their views on recent and future developments with […]
Dr. Dodge was consulted by a Newsweek reporter for her Tech & Science article, “Should we colonize space? Some people argue we need to decolonize it instead.” He was quoted about the 1967 Outer Space Treaty. “It basically says that nobody […]
Drone detection technology will be installed at UND to secure airspace operations and provide hands-on learning opportunities for the next generation of aviation leaders Dedrone, the market and technology leader in airspace security, announced today a partnership with the University of […]
Dr. Michael Dodge has been interviewed for two recent articles. His comments were a major portion SpaceNews’ “On National Security” March 12th column: “Space Force fans, be careful what you wish for. Read the column at http://spacenews.com/on-national-security-space-force-fans-be-careful-what-you-wish-for/. Dr. Dodge was also […]
At least 15 of UND’s leaders in action now have a flight plan to the skies above our national borders. Announced in late October, the Air and Marines Operations (AMO) Pathways Program garnered more than 60 applications from UND Aviation sophomores […]