Monday, July 30, 2012

The Space Review

The current issue of The Space Review has several items of interest, especially given the impending landing on Mars! Adrian Brown has a nice overview of the Mars Exploration Program. Jeff Foust wonders about commercial space's "Netscape moment" (do we really need one?). Dwayne A. Day looks at one reason why the contentious space shuttle site selection process might have had good reasons for skipping Houston. And, bringing it back to Mars, Jeff Foust reviews a new book, Rod Pyle's Destination Mars.

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