Monthly Archives: August 2009

Peter Garretson on 21st Century Space Policy

Elements of a 21st century space policy by Peter Garretson in The Space Review. 5) Establish a lead agency—preferably ARPA-E—with a clear mandate and initial funding for space-based solar power, for a developmental program to achieve long-term economic viability. While … Continue reading

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Malta and the Moon

THE MOON FOR ALL MANKIND – THE MALTA MOON The moon is our closest celestial body and by far the brightest object in the night sky. It has fascinated man since antiquity. The International Year of Astronomy 2009 celebrates the … Continue reading

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Lunar Plans in Question

Econominst.com is sponsoring a debate on the question of whether we should return to the Moon, Returning to the moon- This house believes that NASA should not send humans back to the moon. Michael N. Gold is defending, Gregg Maryniak is … Continue reading

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