Commercial Space Exploration: Ethics, Policy and Governance

(Emerging Technologies, Ethics and International Affairs)

5dc6205404c3f.jpeg Author Jai Galliott
Isbn 1472436113
File size 1MB
Year 2015
Pages 343
Language English
File format PDF
Category Astronomy

Book Description:

'This extraordinary collection launches our thinking about ethics, law, and public policy at the dawn of commercial spaceflight. Using a variety of literary styles...the authors enable serious consideration of practical, ethically informed policy governing space advertising, asteroid mining, colonization, astronaut enhancement, and others. A must read for anyone who dreams of spacefaring.' Margaret R. McLean, Santa Clara University, USA 'The "Final Frontier" is now of commercial interest to a growing number of companies and organisations, beyond the huge governmental agencies traditionally associated with space. This book provides an excellent overview of the ethical concerns raised by space commerce and exploration, providing contrasting perspectives on all the most important ethical issues in this rapidly growing field of interest.' Stephen Coleman, UNSW Canberra, Australia

 

 

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