Monday, March 15, 2010

The Space Review

A few items of interest in the current issue of The Space Review. Jeff Foust looks at NASA's efforts to explain their "new direction" (not doing it too well, in my opinion). Taylor Dinerman looks at how this changes (and cancellations) work against international efforts. Luis Fernandez Carril looks at the 2011 NASA budget. Hope for the future? Finally, Claude Lafleur looks at the cost of piloted space programs in the US. An interesting breakdown, but might want to look at the comments as well. For example, what would costs been if we continued with the Saturn V?

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