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Space Quarterly Magazine

Space Quarterly Magazine September Issue

By Marc Boucher
August 30, 2012
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Marc’s note: The September 2012 edition of Space Quarterly Magazine is scheduled to be released on Tuesday, September 4. There many highlights to the issue including an update on the Israeli and Iranian space programs, an interview with Jim Armor of ATK, Orbital Antares takes flight, the Plutonium shortage and from Neil deGrasse Tyson why a healthy space program equals a healthy economy and much more.
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Space Quarterly September 2012 U.S Edition Table of Contents
– Leaders Interview: Jim Armor, Major General (retired), ATK Space Systems, Satellite Servicing and Small Satellites – Coming of Age
– Leader Interview: Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Space – A Healthy Space Program Equals a Healthy Economy
– NASA’s NRO Gift – The Multimillion Dollar Hand-Me Downs
– Orbital’s Antares Takes Flight
– The Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) Rising in Virginia
– The Plutonium-238 Problem
– Space Weather Goes Mainstream
– Celebrating 50 Years of Canada in Space – Alouette 1
– Military Space Drives Israel Space Program for Now
– Iran Space Program Update
– Key Changes to Japan’s Space Program with Potential Global Significance
– The Tricorder: The Final Frontier – it’s closer than you think
– Mars Curiosity, Venus Transit pictorials
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Space Quarterly September 2012 Canada Edition Table of Contents
A Special Issue: 50 Years of Canada in Space
– Reflections on Alouette 1
– Leader Interview: Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Space – A Healthy Space Program Equals a Healthy Economy
– Leaders Interview: Jim Armor, Major General (retired), ATK Space Systems, Satellite
– Servicing and Small Satellites – Coming of Age
– Canadian Business Briefs
– Every Photon Counts – Making Noise by Eliminating Noise
– Celebrating 50 Years of Canada in Space – Alouette 1
– The 50th Anniversary of the Black Brant Rocket
– Space Weather Goes Mainstream
– Military Space Drives Israel Space Program for Now
– Iran Space Program Update
– Key Changes to Japan’s Space Program with Potential Global Significance
– The Tricorder: The Final Frontier – it’s closer than you think
– Mars Curiosity, Venus Transit pictorials
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