The US-owned Ramstein Air Base, in Germany's Rhineland-Palatinate state, will host the new NATO space centre, German media reported.
The establishment of the centre, which is scheduled to be on the agenda of the alliance's defence ministers' meeting on October 22nd, has emerged due to the dissolution of space capabilities among global powers.
The United States, Russia and China have invested he greatly in space technology in recent years, but most do not share technological development and processes.
NATO’s creation of a space centre will provide space support for operations, while the alliance is planned to provide information sharing between the countries.
The Federation of German Industrialists presented to the government the project to build a mobile launch platform for the use of German and NATO armed forces.