The new issue of The Space Review begins with the article mentioned earlier by Jeff Foust about the status of he suborbital space transport industry: Suborbital back out of the shadows.
Andre Bormanis writes about the lack of futuristic developments predicted for the 21st Century and speculates on what this means about the future of space development: When will our Martian future get here?.
Lou Friedman reflects on the disappearance of the Soviet space program and the absence of deep space missions in the subsequent Russian space program: Russia, revolutions, and the Red Planet.
Dwayne Day recounts the history of the Hughes Comstar 1 satellite: Tough little spinner.
Jeff Foust reviews the new book John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon by John M. Logsdon.