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Regulation (2007:1115) With Instruction For The Swedish National Space Board

Original Language Title: Förordning (2007:1115) med instruktion för Rymdstyrelsen

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section 1 of the space agency's mission is to promote the development of

Swedish space activities and space.



The authority shall ensure that space activities and space.

contributing to the knowledge society and to the industry's innovation

and competitiveness and satisfying the needs of society within the

including transport, communications, the environment and climate.

Regulation (2008:1227).



section 2 of the Swedish national space Board Sweden shall endeavour to contribute to and

benefit from European cooperation in the field of space.

Regulation (2008:1227).



Management



paragraph 3 of the Swedish national space Board shall



1. promote Swedish space-related industry and research as well as

other uses of space technology applications,



2. promote and support space research at the highest international

level, as well as innovative and high-tech skills in large,

medium-sized and small companies in the space-related industry,



3. support efforts that increase the demand for Swedish competence and

Swedish products and services related to

space activities and space,



4. take advantage of the benefits that Sweden's geographical position

means, and



5. ensure that the needs of space-related knowledge

and technology development. Regulation (2008:1227).



section 4 of the Swedish national space Board shall



1. take the initiative for research, development, and other

activities related to the Swedish space and

fjärranalysverksamheten,



2. ensure that different stakeholders ' activities in space and

remote sensing should be coordinated,



3. distribute state aid for space research, space technical

development and fjärranalysverksamhet,



4. participate in the cooperation within the European Space Agency ESA and the

The EUROPEAN UNION,



5. operate internationally,



-prepare cases for international space and

fjärranalyssamarbete,



-be the contact body for cooperation with the international

organizations and foreign institutions on Earth and space

remote sensing, as well as



-stop of the operation required agreements with

the corresponding foreign agencies and international organizations

provided that the agreements do not require

Parliamentary participation or Utrikesnämndens,



6. coordinate the Swedish participation in the Galileo programme,

be responsible for surveillance and monitoring of related thereto

work and for information and advice to the Swedish

authorities, organizations and companies,



7. prepare dossiers for authorisation to space activities and exercise

control of such operations,



8. keep a register of space objects in so far as

evidenced by Regulation (1982:1069) on space activities,



9. promote appropriate information and

documentation activities in space and remote sensing,



10. in collaboration with other actors working towards increased interest

of science and technology, particularly among young people.

Regulation (2008:1227).



Positions and assignments



paragraph 5 of the Swedish national space Board shall ensure that the rules and routines that

authority is disposes of is cost effective and easy for

citizens and businesses. Regulation (2008:1227).



Exemptions from government regulation



section 6 of the Swedish national space Board is led by a Board of Directors. Regulation (2008:1227).



Appeal



section 7 of the Board shall be composed of not more than seven members.

Regulation (2008:1227).



section 8, the Director General is the head of Government.

Regulation (2008:1227).



§ 9 the following provision in the Government agencies Ordinance (2007:515)

shall not apply to the space agency:



section 29 on the case. Regulation (2008:1227).



section 10 of the space Board's decision in respect of aid for research and

development may not be appealed. Regulation (2008:1227).