2012 Prometheus Award Finalist


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A young girl sets out to prove herself by resolving a long-forgotten mystery. But when she gets close to the truth, what she thought was a harmless adventure becomes a threat to the future of the independent commercial settlements on Mars.

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Yet Another Russian Space Plan

This time, it’s building a permanent presence on the Moon.

Just add money.

 

USSR, Twenty Years Later

Good riddance.

Unfortunately, it was late in coming, and in the form of fifth-column movements, former client-state kleptocracies in the third world, the mainstreaming of thinly-disguised Marxist ideas, a defense arrangement which has infantilized Europe, etc., we are still living with the USSR’s ugly and destructive legacy.

On the bright side, at least NASA is [...]

Another Dead Russian Mars Probe

Maybe the Russians should just cut their losses and focus on another planet or the Moon РESA Abandons Effort To Contact Russia’s Stranded Mars Probe:

NASA had also lent its tracking assets to the Phobos-Grunt salvage effort but was unable to pick up any signals from the spacecraft, which was launched Nov. 8 on [...]

Another Russian Space Hotel

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before…

A Russian company which plans to build the world’s first space hotel has released further details on its ambitious project.

The plan, which would see a hotel placed into orbit some 350 kilometers above the earth, was first unveiled last year by Russian firm Orbital Technologies as [...]

Space Transport “I’ll Believe It When I See It” #45645988223

The Japan Space Elevator Association is planning to build (obviously enough) a space elevator:

Now the finest scientific minds of Japan are devoting themselves to cracking the greatest sci-fi vision of all: the space elevator. Man has so far conquered space by painfully and inefficiently blasting himself out of the atmosphere but the 21st century [...]

Early Soviet Fatalities?

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Not Quite “Salvage One”

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And Yet More Luddism

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Guardian Op-Ed Moonbattery

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China and Russia: Partners in Space?

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