New Trends in Outer Space Development
What you'll learn
- To transform lives, through education
- How to locate career opportunities in the space industry
- What is happening regarding outer space
- More about space law
- More about space activities
- Space Studies
- There are no requirements or prerequisites for this course.
New career opportunities are emerging in the space arena. Knowledge is power. Learn more about what is happening today regarding outer space.
New Trends in Outer Space Development is designed to enable any person to advance their knowledge of current emerging trends in space. As the space industry advances, it is helpful to know who the key players are. Most key players' websites include a clickable portal for job/career, internship and other opportunities.
The information detailed in this course can be used as a step-by-step guide to develop a deeper understanding of key phenomena, currently in place. This course can be used for those who want to learn about outer space development and share this knowledge with others.
The content can be viewed within a few hours, or it can be digested over time. Whether you are a space fanatic, or you are actively trying to figure out how you can get involved in some aspect of outer space development, this course provides important information that will enable you to understand key activities in outer space.
The course contains over 1.5 hours of video presentation content and 8 lectures on topics including an overview of space history, space telescopes, asteroid mining, spaceports, space transportation & spaceships, habitats and international space law.
It is distinct in that it allows any person to gain a mastery over a wide range of blended subjects including astronautics, international space law, business trends, technology, politics and history. The course was created by a university professor.
After completing the course, participants will learn how to become fluent in outer space topics including: spaceship trends, space law, asteroid mining, space habitats, space travel, space history, space politics and space missions.
The purpose of the course is to enable participants to share this special knowledge with others. The course is for any person, irrespective of educational or professional background or age.
Who this course is for:
- Those wanting to understand current space activities
- Individuals wanting to understand cutting-edge plans for outer space
- People who want to do more in life
- Space Studies
- International Relations
- International Affairs
- Space Law
Weeks is university professor, affiliated with Washington University, Webster University and Northern Arizona University. She is working to raise the knowledge base and general awareness about outer space development. Few people know about newly emerging trends already set to take place. Weeks believes people can teach themselves, with a little information. She also gives talks to K-12 students and the general public on topics related to space law and newly emerging trends related to outer space development.