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According to MIT News, the module will "serve as a commercially owned space station, featuring a luxury hotel as the primary anchor tenant and NASA as a temporary co-anchor tenant.  The artice from MIT news is reproduced below.  You can also read the original here. An...

You’d think six lunar landing sites 238,900 miles away from Earth wouldn’t need to be protected. Admired on a warm, summer night? Yes. Written about in poetry? Sure. But not protected. Wouldn’t the distance alone keep curious Earthlings from ever disturbing those sacrosanct stretches of...

Last winter, the House Subcommittee on Space held a hearing entitled “Regulating Space: Innovation, Liberty, and International Obligations.” Five witnesses spoke eloquently and reverently about space, while a number of other individuals and organizations submitted written testimony. The prevailing sentiment was that less is more. Over-regulation, the argument goes, is...