David Ashford - Spaceflight Revolution



David Ashford - Spaceflight Revolution
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company | 2003-02 | ISBN: 1860943209 | File type: PDF | 204 pages | 6.23 mb


A revolution in spaceflight is likely soon with the prospect of everyday access to orbit within fifteen years. Costly ballistic missiles used to launch vehicles will be replaced by 'spaceplanes, ' using technology that exists today. In five years' time, a prototype could be built, and with a further ten years of detailed development, the design could approach airliner maturity, reducing the cost of sending people into space some one thousand times to around US$20,000.
Spaceplane development has, in effect, been suppressed by entrenched thinking and short-term vested interests. But the present monopoly of large government space agencies is becoming unsupportable, and the market that understands the very real opportunities for space travel will be reaching critical mass in the near future.
This book examines these issues and shows why space tourism will one day become the single largest business in space, and how astronomy will be transformed by low-cost access making practicable instruments orders of magnitude larger than those today.


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