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Earth orbital space is a militarily and economically critical arena to the U.S. While space has never been forcibly contested to date, this initial period of coincidental quiescence is coming to an end. A growing number of states are developing the means with which not merely to access and...
Constellations of observation satellites resemble the “Panopticon” system imagined by British philosopher Jeremy Bentham in his 18th century project for an ideal jailhouse — a system that Michel Foucault analyzed in Discipline and Punish (1975). Just as the warden in the central tower watches...
Solar power satellites to beam electric power down to Earth from orbit, or the Moon, is a concept that can potentially provide the world with clean energy. However, the technical, environmental, political, and legal challenges are great. The size and scope of the solar arrays needed by SPS are...
A strategic framework for the Moon must weave together the economic, social, scientific, national security, and civil aspects that have evolved largely in isolation since the inception of the space age. The United States—based on its historical dependence upon space assets, exploration heritage,...
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