Monthly Archives: October 2013

Cost and Value

Two articles regarding the never-ending debate over our national space program recently drew my attention.  One, published by Hearst Newspapers, discusses the current policy confusion in space, particularly in regard to the different versions of the next NASA Authorization Bill … Continue reading

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Worldviews in Collision: A Tale of Two Presidential Science and Technology Advisors

Of those who’ve paid attention to developments in the nation’s civil space program in recent years, few would argue that we have a stable program with regular accomplishment.  There are many reasons for this, some of which I have discussed … Continue reading

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