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Space Access Report

While I continue to do thought gathering (and getting ready to move, while starting a new job doing technology evaluation for the Jupiter Icy Moons project), Clark Lindsey has his usual comprehensive report on this past weekend's Space Access Conference. Now that he's done the heavy lifting, I'll try to fill in any gaps from what I can recall, hopefully tomorrow.

At first reading, the only slight deficit I see is inadequate coverage of Jim Muncy's talk on the new commercial space transportation legislation, which had a number of key items worth repeating, and of which I'd been previously unaware. Hopefully I'll rectify that manana, though if Clark has good notes, he's obviously welcome to flesh out his already excellent report with those details.

Posted by Rand Simberg at April 27, 2004 09:48 PM
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How freakin' great, the new job etc. I mean.
Jupiter Icy Moons project sounds like an intellectual and "outward, ever outward" challenge.
Of course it all makes me think of the bringing of objects into NEO for utilization, or going "there" for utilization. Too much 40's 50's scifi I guess.

Posted by Mike Daley at April 28, 2004 07:04 PM

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