1. The scope of this category is organisations in the space exploration domain that are affiliated, part of National Governments, or international governmental institutions. 2. Users will find links to space agencies and government representation in space exploration worldwide in this category. 3. The category is limited to government, or non-profit institutions operating on behalf of governmental authorities.
Newsletters, activities and overview of a governmental organization promoting satellite communications for the Asia-Pacific region.
Updated information on satellite, manned space flight projects, Earth observation and other peaceful application of space technology by the Canadian government.
Provides overview of the agency and its activities, projects and events.
Resource with updated details on national space projects and related scientific research. [Access to the English pages requires cookies]
Provides details of spacecraft, launchers, facilities, space science activities, and links to related Indian government bodies.
Information on the Italian government's space activities and its participation in the European Space Agency programs. [The English pages are not always working]
Project overviews, space policies and news from the Japanese space Agency formed in 2003 by regrouping a number of research institutions.
Provides extensive resources on weather, oceanography and related satellite services by the government in USA.
Information on space policies, projects and government plans, and on Norway's participation in the European Space Agency.
Information on space policy and national science, technology, and applications programs. [English, Romanian]
National center for the development and exploitation of satellite instruments in astrophysics and earth system science in the Netherlands.
Providing an overview of space activities and international space collaboration of the Spanish government. [Spanish and English]
Updated information on international and national space projects where the United Kingdoms participate.
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