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“Space Quarterly Magazine”
Space and the 2012 Election

Space Quarterly Magazine June 2012 Issue Marc’s note: The current edition of Space Quarterly magazine has a couple of articles dealing with the election and space. One discusses the Democratic perspective and the other the Republican perspective. Below you’ll find excerpts from each. To read the full versions please subscribe to the magazine. A single digital issue is $5.95 while a 1 year digital subscription is $19. Space, Republicans, and […]

  • NASA Watch
  • June 4, 2012
December 2011 Issue of Space Quarterly Magazine Available

December 2011, Volume 1, Number 2, U.S. Edition, Space Quarterly (Preview the cover) The latest edition of Space Quarterly is available! In this issue we’re focusing primarily on space policy and the Space Launch System with a few budget and commercial pieces in between. U.S. Space Policy is examined by well known space policy analyst Marcia Smith who delves into the nuances and politics of current policy. We also get […]

  • NASA Watch
  • December 5, 2011
Space Quarterly Magazine Preview: Next Edition 1 December

The following is an excerpt from an article that appears in the next issue of Space Quarterly Magazine to be released on December 1. Following the excerpt is the table of contents for both the U.S. and Canadian editions. Where is U.S. Space Policy Headed? By Marcia S. Smith President Obama released his National Space Policy (NSP) in June 2010. Although it made few national headlines, it was big news […]

  • NASA Watch
  • November 17, 2011
Corporate and Institutional Pricing Available for Space Quarterly Magazine

Request for Space Quarterly Magazine Corporate or Institutional Price Quote, SpaceRef Marc’s Note: SpaceRef offers institutional pricing to organizations who would like the digital edition of Space Quarterly magazine for their internal digital libraries. Complete our request form for a quote that suits your organizations needs.

  • NASA Watch
  • August 8, 2011