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The Space Review March 29th, 2010
By: Charles Rector | Newsletter | 5:31pm, March 29, 2010
Welcome to this week's issue of The Space Review:


Looking forward to Tax Day
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Many in the space community wonder what President Obama will say in his space conference on "Tax Day", April 15. Edward Ellegood offers some suggestions to him in order to make improvements on the original plan and ease concerns in Florida.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1597/1

Responsible launching: space security, technology, and emerging space states
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As the number of nations that operate satellites grows, so does the risk of incidents in orbit caused by these new operators' lack of expertise. Ben Baseley-Walker proposes one way that countries that launch satellites can mitigate this problem.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1596/1

Prospects and concerns for export control reform
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The prospects for reforming the US export control systems for space products look better now then they have in years. Jeff Foust reports on the potential reforms and the obstacles that stand in the path of achieving them.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1595/1

Prognosticating NASA's future
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What are the prospects for NASA's proposed new exploration plan? Bob Mahoney brackets the range of potential outcomes to see what the most likely scenarios are.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1594/1

Per ardua ad astra
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Last week the British government formally announced the creation of the UK Space Agency. Andrew Weston sees this as an opportunity for greater cooperation between the UK and the US in space exploration and commercialization.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1593/1


If you missed it, here's what we published in our previous issue:


Can commercial space win over Congress?
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A key aspect of the proposed new NASA plan is to rely on the commercial sector to launch astronauts, a provision that has encountered resistance in Congress. Jeff Foust reports on efforts to win support for commercial crew, and whether time might be running out for commercial advocates.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1592/1

Fire in the Sky: the Air Launched Sortie Vehicle of the early 1980s (part 3)
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Dwayne Day continues his study of a little-known military space vehicle project with a look at concepts by Rockwell for air-launched spaceplanes.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1591/1

A spacefaring hydraulic civilization
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Throughout history civilizations have risen and fallen in part based on their access to and control of water supplies. Taylor Dinerman notes the same will be true when humanity expands into the solar system.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1590/1

Celebrate suborbital
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There is growing interest in using commercial suborbital vehicles currently under development to carry out research and educational missions. Alan Stern describes what more the government can do to help encourage such applications.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1589/1

Review: Hubble 3D
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The latest IMAX space spectacular is about the Hubble Space Telescope and efforts last year to repair it. Jeff Foust reviews the film and wonders if the format, like the telescope, is is need of an overhaul.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1588/1


We appreciate any feedback you may have about these articles as well as
any other questions, comments, or suggestions about The Space Review.
We're also actively soliciting articles to publish in future issues, so
if you have an article or article idea that you think would be of
interest, please email me.

Until next week,

Jeff Foust
Editor, The Space Review
jeff@thespacereview.com
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