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WHY SPACE

Sinha Astronautics filed utility patents for the Condor TPS.

Sumontro Sinha met with Florida's Gubenitorial Candidate Alex Sink to discuss her plan for small business incentives.

Sumontro Sinha met Sir Richard Branson and briefly discussed orbital travel.

 

 

MICROGRAVITY FOR BUSINESS & SCIENCE

MicroGravity.com provides information and tools for the advancement of research, commercialization and education on microgravity and related fields. www.microgravity.com

 

DEVELOPING MEDICINES IN SPACE
Astrogenetix is the first commercial biotechnology company to use the unique microgravity environment of space to develop novel therapeutic products. Read more about us. www.astrogentix.com
RENEWABLE ENERGY
Space Energy enters the market with perfect timing and positioning as a much needed provider of renewable energy. Using proven concepts, the company will develop satellites that will operate as space solar energy collectors and transmitters. Clean solar energy will be transmitted from these orbiting satellites to receivers on the Earth's surface. www.spaceenergy.com
SPACE EXPLORATION DRIVEN BY PRIVATE MARKETS
FOREIGN POLICY FEBRUARY 8, 2010 Obama's novel approach signals a much more far-sighted view of space travel than Washington has had to date. The U.S. government should be leading the way in rocket science and space exploration, but it should leave exploitation of those advances to the private sector. ... in the long run, the new approach will create more jobs -- and more value -- because the United States will end up with both an innovative, long-term government space program and an energetic, fast-growing private-sector market that will transport people and cargo for the U.S. government, space tourists, and non-U.S. governments. www.foreignpolicy.com
SPACE MINING
Space: The Final Frontier of Profit?
A debate on the pros and cons of commercializing the cosmos; valuing asteroids at $20 trillion each. Peter Diamandis makes a case for private space. www.wsj.com
ORBITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Bigelow’s inflatable modules – based on technology that NASA pioneered – have very large interior volumes. If they succeed, then projects like the International Space Station – which has taken 26 years to build – would be a thing of the past. Large orbiting facilities could be established with a relative handful of launches. Freed from having to building, maintain and operate facilities in orbit, NASA could focus instead on places like the moon, where Bigelow’s habitats could also prove very useful. www.parabolicarc.com