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This is second plenary at the 67th International Astronautical Congress taking place in Guadalajara, Mexico. The topic is Satellite Communications Making Connectivity Accessible and Affordable to Latin-American Countries to Reduce the Digital Divide.

On Sunday the Space Angels Network released a letter in opposition to Mike Lee's amendment to the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act which would allow the commercial use of ICBM's.

Video: AIAA - On-Orbit Servicing Horizons

The servicing of satellites on-orbit has been a hot topic in recent years. From satellite inspection and supporting a spacecraft launched into the wrong orbit to active servicing tasks such as refueling or hardware replacement, spacecraft that can support on-orbit servicing tasks could give new life to otherwise inoperable spacecraft.

The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) today released its 2015 State of the Satellite Industry Report, showing a four percent growth rate in world satellite industry revenues in 2014, up from three percent in 2013.

Sean O'Keefe, former Administrator of NASA, and General James Cartwright, former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff will have an easy chair discussion moderated by Dr. John Hamre, President and CEO of CSIS, on U.S. strategy for civil and military space.

While there were plenty of interesting sessions at the Humans to Mars Summit it was the political roundtable which brought home some of the key messages of the conference.

Today the Google Lunar X Prize announced that the deadline for the competition deadline had been extended again, this time to the end of 2016. Also announced today were two milestone prizes being won by Astrobotic.

At this years AIAA Space 2014 conference a panel of experts from industry and government discussed Emerging Space: The Next Industrial Revolution.

At this years AIAA Space 2014 conference a panel of experts from industry and government discussed the Cybersecurity in Space Systems.

At this years AIAA Space 2014 conference a panel of experts from NASA and industry discussed the building blocks of to Mars.