Poland joins 18 nations (netherlands, Brazil, United Kingdom, Republic of Korea, France, Canada, Italy, Japan, Israel, Spain, Australia, Belgium, United Arab Emirates, Norway, Denmark, Thailand and New Zealand), two intergovernmental organizations (the European Space Agency and the European Organization for the Use of Meteorological Satellites) and more than 77 commercial satellite owners. has previously participated in SSA data exchange agreements with USSTRATCOM. provide an SSA-wide management and management service for the Agency`s online data exchange services. Among them, Peru, 25 foreign nations have joined the SSA data exchange and the security of the space network. These countries include Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, the Republic of Korea, Romania, Spain, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. Norway signed an SSA sharing agreement with STRATCOM at last year`s space symposium. Although the deal is only one year old, “we see huge potential,” said Major General Odd-Harald Hagen, head of the Department of Defence Policy and Long-Term Planning at the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Defence. “The agreement is a starting point for finding ways to cooperate in the unclassified field for SSA.” Stratcom had concluded 82 international sharing agreements with nations, businesses and intergovernmental organizations prior to the 34th Space Symposium. During the symposium, STRATCOM plans to sign its 83rd bilateral pact with Denmark, General Division Nina Armagno, stratcom`s director of planning and policy, said on April 17. AGI has already had the opportunity to exercise this SSA sharing agreement to support recent space/SSA events.
“The purpose of these agreements is to hold and share an accurate representation of all man-made space objects in order to ensure the security of space for all space nations,” Armagno said. “These agreements share our collective knowledge and contribute to responsible space management.” At last year`s space symposium, stratcom commander General John Hyten set himself the goal of concluding SSA-sharing agreements with all space nations “because nations should benefit from a safe, stable, sustainable and secure space domain,” Armagno said. The more information we exchange and the more data we have, the better it is for operators. Data exchange agreements in space consciousness, the U.S. Space Command said, are “particularly important for avoiding future collisions in space that can affect the space environment for all countries, such as the collision between the Iridium and Russian Cosmos satellites in February 2009.” ODXIA manages the process of data exchange agreements with the help of sponsors of the agency`s activities, to ensure that the exchanges meet our program and business requirements. SSA participates in different modes of electronic exchange, from SSN checks to computer games, depending on the business requirements of the partner agency. Several factors are taken into account in SSA`s decision directive on the advisability of data exchange.