The new issue of The Space Review begins with Andrew J. LePage telling the history of how Voyager 2 came to fly by Uranus 25 years ago: The Grand Tour: Uranus.
Lou Friedman talks about the recent 100-Year Starship Study workshop at NASA Ames and emphasizes that such studies can inspire ideas that bring near term benefits: Fly me to the stars.
Ken Murphy explains why the “Earth-Moon Lagrange point, or EML-1, offers a number of key advantages that make it an ideal destination for activities in cislunar space”: EML-1: the next logical destination.
Dwayne A. Day describes an interesting rocket model seen in a British military base museum: Sub-scale and classified: the top secret CIA model of a Soviet launch pad.
Jeff Foust reviews the new book, The Four Percent Universe: Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and the Race to Discover the Rest of Reality by Richard Panek.