Tag Archives: space

On Competition

The Russians have endemic problems in all their industries, but the most visible outside of Russia is the Space agency problems. Their solution? Combine all the companies into one and put them under government control. Will that solve the problem. … Continue reading

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Put the Navy in charge of Space

This article argues, I believe correctly, that the Navy is the correct military branch for managing space, not the Air Force.  Navy traditions are a better match for the way space works than are Air Force traditions. The results of … Continue reading

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Space Policy

George Turner has an awesome comment over on Rand Simberg’s blog that really describes what’s wrong with today’s space program, and what the fix is.  Where European governments were busy pursuing one or two things, America was doing dozens of … Continue reading

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