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The space industry is entering a new era of expanded freedom of opportunity to compete unencumbered by government agendas. This freedom carries a price. The political subsidy culture of the past is dying, so failure is t only possible, but likely for the unprepared and inefficient. For more casual observers, the overview of the currents in space commerce history will be invaluable in identifying space-related ecomic opportunities and will enable those more experienced in the field to reevaluate their future. The author informs the public of the potential that exists in space-related industries, while making it clear to practitioners that there is a new imperative coming into existence with the decline and marginality of NASA in commercial space. The future ecomic potential is projected in ways t always perceived by those immersed in day-to-day operations.
ROGER HANDBERG is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for Space Policy and Law at the University of Central Florida. He has published work on space policy, science and technology policy in China, the United States Supreme Court, and criminal justice policy. He has been interviewed by both American and international media concerning his research.