Space Quarterly Magazine First Issue Content

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The first issue of Space Quarterly is scheduled to be released on September 1. Here is what will be in the first ever issue:

U.S. Edition

  • - Editorial
  • - An Interview with Jeff Greason CEO of XCOR Aerospace
  • - The Philosophy of Lunar Commercialization and Economic Development
  • - SpaceX - Vision vs the Market
  • - CCDev2 Update - Program Status
  • - CCDev2 Update - Boeing CST-100 Crew Capsule Progressing Swiftly
  • - CCDev2 Update - CCDev2 Provides Rare Insight into Blue Origin Development
  • - CCDev2 Update - SpaceX Dragon Rider
  • - CCDev2 Update - Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser - What's Old is New Again
  • - SpacePort America: Built it and they will Come?
  • - The Future of On-Orbit Satellite Servicing
  • - Japan's Space Program After the Disaster
  • - Africa and Space
  • - The First Soyuz Launch from Kourou, French Guiana
  • - Social Media Tweetups Proving Popular
  • - Upcoming Events

Canadian Edition

  • - Editorial
  • - Thinking Big: Canada's RADARSAT Constellation
  • - CASSIOPE - A New Canadian Science and Communications Satellite
  • - Chris Hadfield - Preparing to Command the International Space Station
  • - Canadian Briefs - Moving Beyond the Shuttle
  • - An Interview with Jeff Greason CEO of XCOR Aerospace
  • - The Philosophy of Lunar Commercialization and Economic Development
  • - SpaceX - Vision vs the Market
  • - CCDev2 Update - Program Status
  • - CCDev2 Update - Boeing CST-100 Crew Capsule Progressing Swiftly
  • - CCDev2 Update - CCDev2 Provides Rare Insight into Blue Origin Development
  • - CCDev2 Update - SpaceX Dragon Rider
  • - CCDev2 Update - Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser - What's Old is New Again
  • - The Future of On-Orbit Satellite Servicing
  • - Social Media Tweetups Proving Popular
  • - Upcoming Events


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