Space

Returning to the Moon: The First Step in a New Journey

By on June 20, 2019
Returning to the Moon: The First Step in a New Journey

by FRANK LUCAS

Going back to the Moon isn’t a symbolic effort: we need an American presence there to keep us at the forefront of technological development.

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A New Vision for Space

By on June 20, 2019
A New Vision for Space

by ROBERT S. WALKER

NASA must restructure itself as a developer of new space technologies, but it must do so in conjunction with the entrepreneurial space businesses.

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The Militarization of Space & the Path Forward for the U.S.

By on June 20, 2019
The Militarization of Space & the Path Forward for the U.S.

by DAVID A. DEPTULA

Space-based systems are now fundamental to the conduct of war, and the U.S. military cannot fight effectively without them.

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Eisenhower’s Unheralded Legacy in Space

By on June 20, 2019
Eisenhower’s Unheralded Legacy in Space

by LOU ZICKAR

While JFK is rightly credited with kick-starting the space program with his bold challenge to land a man on the Moon, it was Eisenhower who started the space program and got things off the ground.

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Millennials and the New Space Age

By on June 20, 2019
Millennials and the New Space Age

by Kyle Chance

Millennials differ from previous generations in seemingly every way, but to assume that space exploration has gone out of fashion with young Americans would be unjustified.

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10 Ways the Space Program has Benefited America

By on June 20, 2019
10 Ways the Space Program has Benefited America

by MARIANNE DYSON

After decades of work and billions of dollars spent, how has the space program created a lasting legacy in America?

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We Need to Reduce our Sea of Red Ink Before We Return to the Sea of Tranquility

By on June 20, 2019
We Need to Reduce our Sea of Red Ink Before We Return to the Sea of Tranquility

by Ross Marchand

No matter what figure NASA reports to the public, taxpayers should take initial estimates with a capsule of salt.

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