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The Space Review, May 10 2010
By: Charles Rector | Newsletter | 11:17am, May 16, 2010
Welcome to this week's issue of The Space Review:


Destination: onward
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In his new direction for NASA, President Obama has directed the space agency to plan for exploration to multiple destinations beyond Earth orbit using new technologies. Doris Hamill explains why this will require a new spirit of cooperation between the operational and research sides of NASA.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1624/1

One last mission?
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Some in Congress have suggested adding one additional shuttle mission to the three remaining on the current manifest. Taylor Dinerman examines what useful things such a shuttle mission could do beyond simply keeping the shuttle workforce employed into next year.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1623/1

A new eye in the sky to keep an eye on the sky
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Recent events like an ASAT test and satellite collision have illustrated the importance of space situational awareness to keep track of the growing number of objects in orbit. Jeff Foust reports on one spacecraft planned for launch this year that will aid those efforts.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1622/1

India's missile defense/anti-satellite nexus
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India has shown recent interest in developing not just a missile defense system but also an ASAT capability. Victoria Samson analyzes these developments and their implications for space security.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1621/1


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


The next logical step becomes logical
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The International Space Station, now almost completed, has had a long and tortured history. Roger Handberg examines that history and how, after nearly being discarded, the ISS is getting a chance to realize its full potential.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1620/1

Looking for a silver bullet
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Proponents of NASA's new exploration plan take note of the benefits of relying more on the commercial sector and on enhanced investment in technology. Daniel Handlin argues that this increased reliance may simply repeat the mistakes of the past.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1619/1

The post-American Moon
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NASA's revised exploration plan all but ignores the Moon in favor of missions to near Earth asteroids and, later, Mars. Taylor Dinerman considers the prospects should other countries decide to devote their energies to lunar exploration, including establishing bases there.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1618/1

Review: The Privatization of Space Exploration
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The role the commercial sector should play in NASA's future exploration plans has been a hot topic the last few months. Jeff Foust reviews a book that succinctly examines the rationales and prospects for privatized spaceflight.
http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1617/1


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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