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National Space Policy, 1996

Published September 19, 1996

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National Space Policy, 1996

This document articulates the United States' space policy during the Clinton administration; it emphasizes using space for "peaceful purposes and for the benefit of all humanity" including intelligence gathering and defense-related activities.

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