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Research paper added to the NSS Space Solar Power Library: Opportunities and Challenges for Space Solar for Remote Installations, Naval Research Laboratory, October 2019. EXECUTIVE

New in the NSS Space Settlement Journal is the article Shielded Dumbbell L5 Settlement by Pekka Janhunen of the Finnish Meteorological Institute in Helsinki. Abstract

NSS has just issued a new Position Paper on “Space Solar Power: Enabling a Green Future with Economic Growth.” The United States and the rest

New in the NSS Space Settlement Journal is the article Control of Habitat’s Carbon Dioxide Level by Biomass Burning by Pekka Janhunen of the Finnish

New in the NSS Space Settlement Journal is the article Gravitat: Proposal for a Standard Design Vessel for Space Settlement, by Dr. Pietro Calogero. Abstract

New in the NSS Space Settlement Journal is the article Electrical Requirements for a Spectrum of Multi-Stage Space Farms by Bryce L. Meyer. Abstract Future

New in the NSS Space Settlement Journal are two articles that deal at least in part with the optimal size for space settlements. The 5-Kilometer

By Alice M. Hoffman, PE I’d like to welcome you to our new website, with the informative content you’ve come to expect from NSS, but

Orbital Space Settlement Radiation Shielding, a paper by Al Globus and Joe Strout, has just been published in the NSS Space Settlement Journal. Abstract We

Losing the Geomagnetic Shield: A Critical Issue for Space Settlement, a new paper by Philip K. Chapman, has just been published in the NSS Space

The paper “A Survey of Space Settlement Designs” by Thomas Marotta has been just been published in the NSS Space Settlement Journal. Abstract The author

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