Library: A Round-up of Reading

April 13, 2009 at 1:59 pm | Posted in Library | Leave a comment

Articles
Sebastian Riedera, Jean Brustona, Charlotte Mathieub and Kai-Uwe Schrogl, Governance of national space activities, Space Policy (2009)

Rob Coppinger, Space tourism: Fly at your own peril, Flight Global

Reports
GAO – AVIATION SAFETY: NASA’s National Aviation Operations Monitoring Service Project Was Designed Appropriately, but Sampling and Other Issues Complicate Data Analysis

CRS – F-22A Raptor

CRS – The Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory

ESPI – SPACE-BASED SERVICES IN EUROPE

Blogs
Russia Eyes North Korea – Arms Control Wonk

What is China (and Russia) Doing? – Security Dilemmas

President Approves New Spy Satellites – DoD Buzz

Those Wily NORKs – Total Wonker

DPRK: ICBM or Space Launch Vehicle? – Arms Control Wonk

Goodbye to the Dutch Ticket Tax – Aviation Law Prof Blog

9/11 Claimants Reach Successful Mediated Settlement with Airlines – Opinio Juris

In re Yahoo!, Inc.: The Latest Battle in American Airlines’ War Against Search Engine Keywords – JETLaw Blog

NTSB ADVISORY – NTSB ANNOUNCES DATE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON US AIRWAYS DITCHING – NTSB Bar Blog

Holdren on shuttle, ISS, space councils, Chinese cooperation – Space Politics

Space Law: An Evolving Field – Canes International

All Your Space Industrial Base – Really Rocket Science

NOAA Takes Principal Membership in the OGC(R) – GeoData Policy

More Holdren comments – Space Politics

IG agrees: “Space tourism” program didn’t pass “smell test” – The Write Stuff

Florida’s inspector general finds problems with Project Odyssey – Personal Spaceflight

Challenging NASA to be more productive – RLV and Space Transport News

Bezos’ Blue Origin plans may get a lift from Texas lawmakers – 62 Mile Club

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