SPI graduate student Takuya Wakimoto published “How to reduce US space expenses through competitive and cooperative approaches” in The Space Review.
SPI graduate student Cody Knipfer recently published “The U.S. and China Need to Start Cooperating in Space” in RealClearScience.
SPI graduate student Cody Knipfer published “International Cooperation and Competition in Space: How – and Why – Should the United States Proceed?” in The Space Review. The first of a two part piece on key factors affecting international space cooperation and competition can be read here.
One of SPI’s graduate students, Chris Beauregard, recently presented a paper titled “Evaluating and Communicating Acceptable Levels of Risk in Space Tourism” at the International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety Conference last Wednesday.
SPI graduate student Cody Knipfer published “Why Should We Go? Reevaluating the Rationales for Human Spaceflight in the 21st Centry” in The Space Review.
SPI graduate student Cody Knipfer published “It’s Time to Reevaluate Export Controls on Commercial Spacecraft” in Fair Observer.
SPI graduate student Chris Beauregard published “The Case for Domestic Rocket Engine Procurement” in the October edition of the Journal of Science Policy & Governance.
SPI graduate student Cody Knipfer authored “Support Supersonics to Sustain American Aerospace Ascendancy”, which was published by Huffington Post.
SPI graduate student Cody Knipfer authored “A coming communications crunch at Mars”, which was featured in The Space Review.
Dr. John Klein co-authored a piece titled “It’s time for the US Air Force to prepare for preemption in space”, which was published in The Space Review and War is Boring.