Private Human Access to Space Volume 1: Suborbital Flights

Private Human Access to Space Volume 1: Suborbital Flights

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Private Human Access to Space Volume 1: Suborbital Flights, Published 2014, 98 pages. In this cosmic study booklet we have provided an overview of the different issues and challenges associated with private suborbital spaceflight. An historical perspective was provided to set the stage for addressing the technical challenges still to be overcome. The various elements required for the business of space tourism, including spaceports, vehicle design, to include interior considerations, were addressed. An assessment of what motivates people towards personal spaceflight as well as the medical requirements that might be imposed were also detailed. Indeed, there is still much to do on the legal side of things as this new enterprise seeks to identify the appropriate legal framework in which to operate. Finally, the market demand, including that for potential payload opportunities, was analyzed and the current international commercial regulations have been presented to provide a complete picture of this emerging business area. A SWOT analysis, highlighting the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats associated with space tourism captures the essential elements under consideration and is the basis for several recommendations. 10€ for a pdf format version. €10.00 (electronic version).
 
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