The Space Review this week

The new issue of The Space Review begins with Travis Senor laying out the case for systematically building up a space transportation and in-space infrastructure instead of pursuing narrow focus programs like Apollo and Constellation that do not lead to affordable spacefaring capabilities: Breaking the shackles of Apollo.

Dwayne Day posts the second part of a fascinating story about a collaboration during the Apollo era between the National Reconnaissance Office and NASA to do high resolution imagery of the Moon: Apollo: secrets and whispers.

Lou Friedman suggests that the discoveries of exoplanets and the exobiology investigations within out solar system could help to develop a more efficient strategy for SETI: Searching for ET

Jeff Foust reviews the book, Confronting Space Debris: Strategies and Warnings from Comparable Examples Including Deepwater Horizon by Dave Baiocchi and William Welser IV.


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