Space Review Looks at Augustine, RLVs and Saddam Hussein


The Space Review features the following articles this week:

  • Jeff Foust reports on the reaction to the Augustine Commission report and how the report is the next step, but not the last step, in crafting a new space policy.
  • Taylor Dinerman sees some encouraging signs that big companies and the government are taking a renewed interest in reusable launch vehicles.
  • Sam Dinkin looks at how further improvements in morbidity can make space settlement imminent.
  • Dwayne Day looks at Saddam Hussein’s effort to develop a space program.