The new issue of The Space Review begins with a discussion by Harley Thronson, Dan Lester, and Ted Talay “on a long-duration human habitat that could be deployed beyond LEO within a decade and on the priority goals that such a habitat might accomplish.”: Human operations beyond LEO by the end of the decade: An affordable near-term stepping stone.
[Update: See also these associated sites: /– Future In-Space Operations (FISO) /– FISO Working Group Presentations ]
Lou Friedman writes about the general public’s interest in space and how that should affect funding of projects like the James Webb Telescope: Public interest and space exploration.
Taylor Dinerman writes about the set of space novels from C. S. Lewis: C.S. Lewis and his Space Trilogy, then and now.
Jeff Foust reviews the new book, Talking About Life: Conversations on Astrobiology by Chris Impey.