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Latest Space Review, Private Space related Articles

Published by Sigurd De Keyser on Mon Apr 25, 2005 8:05 am
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Two scenarios and two concerns for personal spaceflight
Last week Burt Rutan was the star witness of a Congressional hearing on commercial space markets. Jeff Foust reports on Rutan’s vision for suborbital spaceflight and the regulatory concerns he has.

Don’t wait for cheap orbital access
The holy grail is $2,000 or less per kilogram to orbit. Sam Dinkin argues that propulsion economics are good enough now to develop space.

Human factors in commercial suborbital flight: The limits of supplemental oxygen
Future commercial suborbital spacecraft may require their passengers to don pressure suits for at least part of the flight. In his latest column, Dr. John Jurist explores the benefits and disadvantages of these suits.

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