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The Early Space Age, The Path Not Taken Then, But Now? (Part II)

Ok, my post got excessively long so I am breaking it into two parts…..  The Economic Development of the Solar System and the Role of Private Enterprise Envisioned by Cordiner In his lecture Cordiner laid down a stepwise vision of … Continue reading

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The Early Space Age, The Path Not Taken Then, But Now? (Part 1)

1960, Space, in the Beginning 1960 was a pivotal year in American history and space history.  In the U.S. presidential election, space and the space race, was a big issue.  Not only was there the issue of the missile gap where … Continue reading

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The Quagmire of The Apollo Space Program

Editor Note: Hyperlinks in this article are direct links to referenced documents discussed in this missive. Why the Lessons of Apollo Have Still Not Been Learned 50 Years Later There is an old saying that history is his-story, or the story … Continue reading

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Gerard K. O’Neill on Space Resources; Omni Magazine First Word

There is a group of people, most of us now in our fifties now, that call ourselves Gerry’s kids.  In the 1970’s Gerard K. O’Neill, professor of physics at Princeton University was one of the very few voices for space … Continue reading

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2015, The Year For Zero G Zero Tax?

The Rebirth of ZGZT…. I am one of the nine original members of a non profit, citizen space lobbying group called ProSpace.  We started our journey in March of 1995, just after the revolution where the Republican party took over … Continue reading

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The Promise and the Peril of Being in the Public Eye…

Going Where I Never Had a Clue I Would Go This week I am 55 years old.  Reaching this age sometimes gives one reason to look back over their life.  An amazing thing to me as in my family my mother … Continue reading

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To ARM or Not to ARM: Is That Really Our Question?

First of all I want to thank the many many people who have signed up to follow this blog recently.  In this blog I primarily talk about space.  I would bet a lot that many of my new readers are … Continue reading

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