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The Resource U.S. national debate topic 2011-2012 : American space exploration and development, edited by Christopher Mari

U.S. national debate topic 2011-2012 : American space exploration and development, edited by Christopher Mari

Label
U.S. national debate topic 2011-2012 : American space exploration and development
Title
U.S. national debate topic 2011-2012
Title remainder
American space exploration and development
Statement of responsibility
edited by Christopher Mari
Title variation
  • American space exploration and development
  • United States national debate topic 2011-2012
  • US national debate topic 2011-2012
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
629.40973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TL789.8.U5
LC item number
U514 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Mari, Christopher
Series statement
The reference shelf
Series volume
v. 83, no. 3
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Astronautics
  • Outer space
  • United States
Label
U.S. national debate topic 2011-2012 : American space exploration and development, edited by Christopher Mari
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Andrew Potter (Maclean's)
  • Delusions of space enthusiasts: sometimes innovation gets interrupted
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson (Natural history)
  • For NASA, longest countdown awaits
  • Kenneth Chang (The New York Times)
  • The U.S. Space Program.
  • Above and beyond
  • Andre Balogh (History Today)
  • 50 and counting
  • Katherine Brick (Ad Astra)
  • Apollo R&D changed technology history
  • Sharon Gaudin (Computerworld)
  • Fear of a red planet is just what we need
  • Rick Tumlinson (Huffington Post)
  • Saving our space program
  • Bob Deutsch (USA Today Magazine)
  • NASA, we've got a problem; but it can be fixed
  • John Tierney (The New York Times)
  • Merging human spaceflight and science at NASA
  • Lou Friedman (The Space Review)
  • At a crossroads: should NASA be overhauled?
  • The wealth of constellations: can the free market save the Space Program?
  • Charles Homans (Washington Monthly)
  • Space to thrive
  • The Economist
  • Wrecking NASA
  • Robert Zubrin (Commentary)
  • The role of government in a new American space agenda
  • The Economist
  • Commercial crew and NASA's tipping point
  • Jeff Foust (The Space Review)
  • Outer space goes out to bid: should private companies lead U.S. spaceflight?
  • Businesses take flight, with help from NASA
  • Kenneth Chang (The New York Times)
  • Not lost in space: IE seeks cost-effective means for suborbital tourism
  • Michael Hughes (Industrial Engineer)
  • The Explorer
  • Max Chafkin (Inc.)
  • Moon dreams: the Americans may still go to the moon before the Chinese
  • Gordon Woodcock (Ad Astra)
  • A bold mission or sheer lunacy? Should we return to the moon?
  • Good night, moon?
  • Current Events
  • Moon-rush: Is the United States sitting out of the next space race?
  • Jeffrey Marlow (Ad Astra)
  • Buzz Aldrin: Apollo astronaut says: forget the moon, let's colonize Mars
  • Buzz Aldrin with Brittany Sauser (Technology Review)
  • The moon and Mars--stepping stones to life in space
  • Brian Palmer (The Washington Post)
  • Making Mars the new Earth
  • Robert Kunzig (National Geographic)
  • Greenlighting the red planet: should we go straight to Mars?
  • Destination Mars
  • Kate Lunau (MacLean's)
  • Why we shouldn't go to Mars
  • Gregg Easterbrook (Time)
  • Mars in 39 days
  • Sam Howe Verhovek (Popular Science)
  • NASA's plans for manned expedition to Mars may include solar-powered spacecraft /
Control code
ocn701811176
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
ix, 181 p.
Isbn
9780824211097
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011014617
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)701811176
Label
U.S. national debate topic 2011-2012 : American space exploration and development, edited by Christopher Mari
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Andrew Potter (Maclean's)
  • Delusions of space enthusiasts: sometimes innovation gets interrupted
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson (Natural history)
  • For NASA, longest countdown awaits
  • Kenneth Chang (The New York Times)
  • The U.S. Space Program.
  • Above and beyond
  • Andre Balogh (History Today)
  • 50 and counting
  • Katherine Brick (Ad Astra)
  • Apollo R&D changed technology history
  • Sharon Gaudin (Computerworld)
  • Fear of a red planet is just what we need
  • Rick Tumlinson (Huffington Post)
  • Saving our space program
  • Bob Deutsch (USA Today Magazine)
  • NASA, we've got a problem; but it can be fixed
  • John Tierney (The New York Times)
  • Merging human spaceflight and science at NASA
  • Lou Friedman (The Space Review)
  • At a crossroads: should NASA be overhauled?
  • The wealth of constellations: can the free market save the Space Program?
  • Charles Homans (Washington Monthly)
  • Space to thrive
  • The Economist
  • Wrecking NASA
  • Robert Zubrin (Commentary)
  • The role of government in a new American space agenda
  • The Economist
  • Commercial crew and NASA's tipping point
  • Jeff Foust (The Space Review)
  • Outer space goes out to bid: should private companies lead U.S. spaceflight?
  • Businesses take flight, with help from NASA
  • Kenneth Chang (The New York Times)
  • Not lost in space: IE seeks cost-effective means for suborbital tourism
  • Michael Hughes (Industrial Engineer)
  • The Explorer
  • Max Chafkin (Inc.)
  • Moon dreams: the Americans may still go to the moon before the Chinese
  • Gordon Woodcock (Ad Astra)
  • A bold mission or sheer lunacy? Should we return to the moon?
  • Good night, moon?
  • Current Events
  • Moon-rush: Is the United States sitting out of the next space race?
  • Jeffrey Marlow (Ad Astra)
  • Buzz Aldrin: Apollo astronaut says: forget the moon, let's colonize Mars
  • Buzz Aldrin with Brittany Sauser (Technology Review)
  • The moon and Mars--stepping stones to life in space
  • Brian Palmer (The Washington Post)
  • Making Mars the new Earth
  • Robert Kunzig (National Geographic)
  • Greenlighting the red planet: should we go straight to Mars?
  • Destination Mars
  • Kate Lunau (MacLean's)
  • Why we shouldn't go to Mars
  • Gregg Easterbrook (Time)
  • Mars in 39 days
  • Sam Howe Verhovek (Popular Science)
  • NASA's plans for manned expedition to Mars may include solar-powered spacecraft /
Control code
ocn701811176
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
ix, 181 p.
Isbn
9780824211097
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011014617
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)701811176

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