The new issue of The Space Review begins with Jeff Foust discussing the significance of last week’s successful SpaceX Falcon 9/Dragon flight: 2010: the year commercial human spaceflight made contact.
Anthony Young writes about the relatively light media coverage of the Dragon flight: Commercial space and the media.
Lou Friedman argues in support of a human mission to a near earth asteroid: The case for a human asteroid mission.
Andrew J. LePage writes about the history of NASA’s first series of lunar unmanned missions: The Pioneer lunar orbiters: a forgotten failure
Jeff Foust reviews the book Dream Walker: A Journey of Achievement and Inspiration by Bernard A. Harris (with Mickey Herskowitz) about the former astronaut’s life story.