Space Quarterly Magazine December Issue Available

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The December 2012 edition of Space Quarterly Magazine is now available. Here are the table of contents for the U.S. and Canadian editions.

Space Quarterly December 2012 U.S. Edition Table of Contents

- Interview: NanoRacks: Providing a Commercial Pathway for Research in Low Earth Orbit
- Business Briefs
- The Commercial Crew Program Enters the Next Phase
- NewSpace: Turning the Corner?
- JPL Curiosity Team Challenged by Exciting Data, Sampling Workload
- The A-Train and Formation Flying
- Current State of the Satellite Industry
- Earth Observation: Presence and Future
- Hosted Payloads
- Smallsats on the Rise
- India Races China in Space for Asian Prestige, Military Security
- The Chris Hadfield Story
- Future Space: Ionizing Radiation and Space-born Electronics

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Space Quarterly December 2012 Canada Edition Table of Contents

- Interview: NanoRacks: Providing a Commercial Pathway for Research in Low Earth Orbit
- The Chris Hadfield Story
- Success: The Canadian Satellite Design Challenge
- Canadian Business Briefs
- The Aerospace Review Report: Long Term Planning and Funding Needed
- Canadian LIDAR Technology
- U.S. Market Beckons with MDA's Takeover pf Space Systems/Loral
- Current State of the Satellite Industry
- Earth Observation: Presence and Future
- Smallsats on the Rise
- Hosted Payloads
- JPL Curiosity Team Challenged by Exciting Data, Sampling Workload
- Future Space: Ionizing Radiation and Space-born Electronics

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