Space Policy 1992 - Abstracts

Space Policy 1992
Australian-Asian cooperation increases in telecommunications.Business 
Australia's space heritage. (Australian space programs)BusinessJames, Matthew L.
Bringing space policy into the Information Age.BusinessGabrynowicz, Joanne Irene
Buying Russian technology - pros and cons for the US program. (space technology)BusinessSmith, Marcia S.
Converting aviation and aerospace technologies to civilian use.BusinessBockstiegel, Karl-Heinz
Crossroads in space. (problems of Russian, US, and European space programs) (Viewpoint)BusinessLunan, Duncan, Ramsay, Bill
Earth observations in Europe - growth and prospects. (the market for remote sensing artificial satellites)Business 
Estimating the life cycle cost of the Space Exploration Initiative.BusinessWebb, Richard L.
Exploring the Moon and Mars.Business 
Extending the EC's role in space.BusinessGibson, Roy
Free trade and the commercial launch industry.BusinessScarborough, Jack
From Halley's Comet to solar terrestrial science: the evolution of the Inter-Agency Consultative Group.BusinessJohnson-Freese, Joan
International cooperation in lunar and space development: Japan's role.BusinessIguchi, Chikako
International cooperation in space - new opportunities, new approaches.Business 
Interpreting and reporting on a SETI discovery: we should be prepared. (search for extraterrestrial intelligence)BusinessTarter, Donald E.
Interspace - design for an international space agency. (Viewpoint)BusinessCordell, Bruce
ISMA - will it ever happen? (international satellite monitoring agency) (Viewpoint)BusinessJasani, Bhupendra
ISY, SETI and the new search for El Dorado. (International Space Year; search for extraterrestrial intelligence)BusinessCreedon, Jeremiah
Mission to Planet Earth and global space education policy.BusinessBecker, Thomas W.
Not the sons of Adam: religious responses to ETI. (extraterrestial intelligence)BusinessAshkenazi, Michael
Organizing large space activities: why the private sector model usually wins.BusinessPelton, Joseph N.
Performance as promised: restructuring the US civil space programme.BusinessBrunner, Ronald D.
Priorities for global ecology now and in the next century.BusinessKondratyev, K., Ortner, J., Preining, O.
Project 21: a vision for the 21st century. (mobile satellite markets)BusinessLundberg, Olof
Prospects for international space cooperation in the Pacific Basin.BusinessForman, Brenda
Reflections on the quest for international cooperation.BusinessReeth, George van, Madders, Kevin
Space nuclear power and the UN: a growing fiasco. (Viewpoint)BusinessAftergood, Steven
Supplying earth-observation data from space.BusinessMacauley, Molly K., Toman, Michael A.
The meaning of Japan's commercialization efforts.BusinessYoshida, Hiroshi
The new challenge for space in Russia.BusinessMarov, Mikhail Ya.
The next century - prospects for space.BusinessKerwin, Larkin
The potential of direct broadcast satellites for the USA.BusinessJohnson, Leland L., Castleman, Deborah R.
The Space Exploration Initiative: perspectives from the US space science community.BusinessAllen, Marc S.
The UK and space, round five. (position paper of the UK Royal Aeronautical Society on space policies)BusinessHardy, D.
The UK Parliamentary Space Committee: the emergence of a space lobby?BusinessWilliamson, Mark
The US civilian space program: charting a new course.BusinessWilliamson, Ray A.
The US government civil space programme: it must be changed, fundamentally and soon.BusinessRogers, T.F.
Thoughts on international space cooperation and interests in the post-Cold War world.BusinessPedersen, Kenneth S.
Transborder use of Inmarsat terminals endorsed.Business 
UNESCO, conference discusses remote sensing in Europe.BusinessVoute, C.
UN participation in ISY. (International Space Year)BusinessAbiodun, Adigun Ade
US-Soviet cooperation in space: benefits, obstacles and opportunities.BusinessCrawley, Edward, Rymarcsuk, Jim
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