The Wilson Quarterly
The New Landscape in Space
Fifty Earth years have elapsed since Neil Armstrong became the first person to tread on the lunar surface. Today, space is not the final frontier it used to be, but an evolving landscape where security, technology, commerce, and human ambition cross paths and collide.
ISS, Inc: Is the Space Station Business Ready for Liftoff?
The cost of operating the International Space Station, humanity’s football-field-sized laboratory 254 miles up, is beginning to conflict with President Trump’s Moon and Mars plans. Is commercializing the ISS the answer – and can it be done?