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This Week in The Space Review…

Getting caught up on The Space Review. Here are stories from today’s and last Monday’s editions: Suborbital back out of the shadows In the last couple years commercial suborbital spaceflight has been overshadowed by growing interest in, and debate about, commercial orbital human spaceflight. Jeff Foust reports that vehicle developments and growing customer interest could soon thrust suborbital back into the spotlight. A dark future for exploration The Planetary Sciences […]

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  • March 7, 2011
The Space Review: Balloons (Not) in Space, Sustainability and Space Resources

It’s time to pop the space balloon meme There’s been a growing number of efforts by amateurs to fly balloons high into the atmosphere and take “pictures of space”, or even claim to have flown in space. Jeff Foust examines how how this phenomenon, and especially the media coverage of it, could have a detrimental effect on actual spaceflight. An experiment in sustainability and spaceflight Future long-duration human spaceflight will […]

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  • November 16, 2010
The Space Review Looks at Apollo, Space Elevators

The Space Review looks at how space advocates have coped with the end of Apollo, how the space elevator community is dealing with a lack of progress, and what the military is doing launching a satellite called PAN.

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  • August 24, 2009