Space Exploration For The Rest of Us

Another "Roadmap", Paul Spudis, Air & Space

"Considerable buzz was generated in space circles last week when The Planetary Society, the keepers of Carl Sagan's flame, released a report that recommended a re-orientation of the Vision for Space Exploration. This report was based in part on the results of an invitation-only workshop held at Stanford University last February. The object of that workshop was to examine U. S. national space policy with the specific aim of determining whether goals intermediate to a human mission to Mars other than the Moon were feasible and desirable. ... Space is a big place and ripe with many possibilities. The Planetary Society wants to keep it a sanctuary for science, regulated and ruled by scientists for scientific purposes. The Vision is about expanding opportunities in space for many different and varied parties, including scientists. "

Planetary Society Steps Beyond Moon for Roadmap to Space
Planetary Society Responds to Schmitt Resignation, earlier post
Former NAC Chair Jack Schmitt Quits Planetary Society Over New Roadmap, earlier post
Alt.VSE Meeting Postscript: No One From NASA Took Notes, earlier post
Stanford VSE Update Meeting: Yawn, earlier post
VSE Upgrade Update, earlier post
Alt.VSE Update, earlier post
Revising the VSE: Keeping Our Eyes On The Prize, earlier post

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