Space Review editor Jeff Foust offers two pieces, one on the reaction to the recent financial setbacks for America's Mars exploration (and planetary science) programs, and the other a review of astronomer Dimitar Sasselov's intriguing new book, The Life of Super-Earths.
Dwayne Day analyzes a recently declassified 1982 report regarding the Brazilian space program.
And I get in my two cents on our often wildly unrealistic expectations regarding this area of technology in "Why We Fall For the Hype: Contextualizing Our Thought on Space Warfare." (As the 20th article I've published at the blog, it's something of a personal milestone.)
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