Space 2.0 : how private spaceflight, a resurgent NASA, and international partners are creating a new space age / Rod Pyle
Book | BenBella Books, Inc. | 2019
Available at WCTC General Collection (TL793 .P945 2019)

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Description
317 pages : col. illus. ; 22 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-288) and index.
Contents
Space 1.0, the final act -- A dark and forbidding place -- Why space? -- The first space age -- Destinations -- The human factor -- Space entrepreneurs -- Space exploration technologies corp. -- A new space race -- Investing in space -- The space between nations -- The Russian juggernaut -- The China wildcard -- Truck stops in space -- Defending Earth -- Settling the final frontier -- A new age dawns -- Your place in space 2.0 -- Glossary.
Summary
Along with the National Space Society, a foremost space historian and author offers an inside look at the next 20 years in space flight.
The privatization of space exploration and the future of spaceflight is examined by an expert in the field who discusses how current research in propulsion and life support systems is triggering a new space age.
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9781944648459 (trade paper : alk. paper)
1944648453
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