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Books

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Business

     1.  Space - The Free Market Frontier, Hudgins, E. L., editor,  The Cato Institute Press, 2002,

           Washington, D.C.

     2.  Space - the Next Business Frontier, Lou Dobbs and H. P. Newquist.

     3.  The Commanding Heights, Daniel Yergin and Joseph Stanislaw, Simon & Schuster,

          New York, 1998.

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Hardware and Technology

     1.  Halfway to Anywhere,  Stine, G. H,  M. Evans & Co., New York, 1996.

     2.  International Reference Guide to Space Launch Systems,  Isakowitz, S. J, Hopkins, J. P.,

          Hopkins, J. B.    (editors), 3rd Edition, AIAA, 1999, Reston, VA.

     3.  Space Shuttle - The History of the NSTS, First 100 Missions, Jenkins, D. R., Voyager Press, 2002.

     4.  At the Edge of Space: The X-15 Flight Program,  Thompson, M. O.,Smithsonian Press, 1992.

     5.  Human Spaceflight: Mission Analysis and Design,  Larson, W. J., Pranke, L. K. (editors),

          McGraw Hill, 2002.

     6. Atmospheric and Space Flight Dynamics: Modeling with MATLAB and SIMULINK, Tewari, A.,

         Birkhaeuser, 2007.

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Committee Reports

    1. Agnew, S. T. (chairman), “Final Report Space Task Group”, 15 September 1969.

     2.  Augustine, N. R. (chairman), “Report of the Advisory Committee  on the Future of the U.S.

          Space Program, Washington, D.C., 1990.

     3Gehman,  H. E., et al., Columbia Accident Investigation Board Report, Vol. 1, NASA

          and Government Printing Office, August 2003.

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 Articles or Papers

    1. Kelly, W. D., “Observations on the Infrastructure and Space Commercialization Problem”,

       11th Space Manufacturing  Conference Proceedings, Space Studies Institute,

       Princeton, N.J., 1997.

     2. Kelly, W. D., "Liquid Rocket Boosters for the Space Shuttle: An Outline of Trade Issues

         and Analysis  Techniques", AIAA 88-4256,  AIAA/AAS Astrodynamics Conference Proceedings,

         Minneapolis, MN, August 1988.

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Links  

    1. MIT Enterprise Forum: http://enterpriseforum.mit.edu/

    2. Space Access Society: http://www.space-access.org/

    3. “Report on the Advisory Committee on the Future of the U.S. Space Program”,

        Augustine, N. R. (chairman), Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 

         1990,  (http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/augustine/racfup5.htm).

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