Space Policy: Special Issue on “Space Ethics”
I am very happy to highlight the publication of Space Policy 30(4). This is a Special Issue on “Space Ethics”, guest edited by Tony Mulligan, author of “Nobody Owns the Moon” (2014). The issue includes several Viewpoints and Full Research Articles relating to Space Ethics, as well as two Reports.
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“Space Ethics in Context” (Guest Editor Tony Mulligan)
“The Explorer’s Complex” (Jacques Arnould)
“Two modest proposals for propelling NASA forward” (Loizos Heracleous, Steven A. Gonzalez)
Full Length Articles
“Space exploration and human survival” (Gonzalo Munévar)
“Manifest complexity: A foundational ethic for astrobiology?” (Kelly C. Smith)
“European Space Policy Institute’s Seventh Annual Autumn Conference highlights” (Robert C. Harding)
“Technology foresight in practice: A proposal for Turkish space vision” (Gülin Dede, Mehmet Akçay)
Photo: Jill Stuart (2014)