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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Roger Handberg; Joan Johnson-Freese
|Description:||174 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The comparative perspective.--Historical motivations and policy ramifications.--Space exploration and space development: paradigms for space policy.--The United States: the players and processes.--The European Space Agency: players and processes.--Japan: players and processes.--Leaving the Earth's gravity well: the problem.--The United States decision to build the Shuttle.--Space transportation: Europe.--Space transportation: Japan.--Comparing three diverse space policy systems.|
|Other Titles:||Comparative study of the United States, European, and Japanese space programs|
|Responsibility:||Roger B. Handberg, Joan Johnson-Freese.|