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

Publication Info. New York : H.W. Wilson Co., 2011.


Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Highland CC Stacks - HCCY-13  TL 789.8 .U5 U514 2011    AVAILABLE
 Princeton Township HS SD 500 - Adult Non-Fiction - PTWG-8  629.409 US    AVAILABLE
 Sandwich PLD Adult Non-Fiction - SABB-4  629.40973 MAR    AVAILABLE
 Talcott Free LD Adult Non-Fiction - TFLY-11  629.409 UNI    AVAILABLE
 Woodstock PL Adult Non-Fiction - WOLY-11  629.4 US    AVAILABLE
Description ix, 181 pages ; 26 cm.
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unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series The reference shelf ; v. 83, no. 3
Reference shelf ; v. 83, no. 3.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 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 / 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).
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) -- Role of government in a new American space agenda / 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).
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 / The Economist -- Commercial crew and NASA's tipping point / Jeff Foust (The Space Review).
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 / Gordon Woodcock (Ad Astra).
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 / Brian Palmer (The Washington Post) -- Making Mars the new Earth / Robert Kunzig (National Geographic).
Subject United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Astronautics -- United States.
Outer space -- Exploration.
Added Author Mari, Christopher.
Added Title American space exploration and development
United States national debate topic 2011-2012
US national debate topic 2011-2012
ISBN 9780824211097 alkaline paper
082421109X alkaline paper

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