Next Issue of Space Quarterly Magazine Set to be Released

The latest edition of Space Quarterly magazine will be available March 1. This issue is our biggest effort to date with 17 articles covering a wide range of topics including a focus on military space.


Canadian Edition table of contents:
– Leveraging Space Operations: An Interview with Col. Andre Dupuis
– Canadian Briefs: Holding Steady
– Telesat’s Roller Coaster Year
– Can Stratolaunch Take Flight
– The Polar Communications and Weather Mission Can’t Come Soon Enough
– Canadian Military Space at a Crossroads
– An Overview of Canada’s Military Space Program
– Arctic Awareness: Canada’s Polar Epsilon Program
– Sapphire: Canada’s First Military Satellite
– Amateur Satellite Sleuths
– Space Team Canada
– Canadian Space Agency Taking Capacity Building to the Next Level
– Canada’s Next Space Telescope
– Commercial Space and the Science Market
– The Benefits of the European Global Monitoring for Environment and Security Program
– Russia’s Troubled Space Program
– How to Print Spacecraft Parts
U.S. Edition table of contents:
– Colonel Futurist: An Interview with USAF Col. Coyote Smith
– Financing Space Companies
– Future Lunar Bases: Why, Where and How
– Man-Rating the Atlas V
– Can Stratolaunch Take Flight
– Amateur Satellite Sleuths
– Overview of the U.S, Space Defense Program
– Implementing the National Security Space Strategy
– Military Satellites: Current Status and Future Prospects
– The Development of the Air Force X-37B
– Making the Case for Human Missions to Asteroids
– Shooting the Moon
– Commercial Space and the Science Market
– The Benefits of the European Global Monitoring for Environment and Security Program
– Russia’s Troubled Space Program
– How to Print Spacecraft Parts
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About Marc Boucher

Marc Boucher
Boucher is an entrepreneur, writer, editor & publisher. He is the founder of SpaceRef Canada Interactive Inc, CEO and co-founder of SpaceRef U.S., advisor and co-founder of the Canadian Space Commerce Association, and director and co-founder of MaxQ Accelerator Inc. Previously he was the founder of Maple Square, Canada's first internet directory and search engine which he sold.

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