By Paula Berinstein, Foreword by Fiorella Terenzi, Ph.D.
Most people equate space exploration with NASA—its multimillion-dollar, taxpayer funded programs and its small, elite corps of astronauts—but the public is largely unaware of the many privately funded efforts to develop space for human tourism and settlement. Making Space Happen takes readers on a first-of-its-kind journey inside the private space revolution, revealing the remarkable projects and the names, faces, and opinions of the people behind them. Author Berinstein spurs a dialogue on the challenging legal and ethical issues: environmental responsibility, safety, law enforcement, government policy, property rights, and more.
2002 | 540 pp/softbound | ISBN 0-9666748-3-9 | $24.95 (Distributed to the trade by IPG)
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