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"Bears, beets, Battlestar Galactica" goes intergalactic?
That seems like a bit of an overreaction.
If the Space Force goes down before it ever got up on its feet, that's probably for the best.
It's a reminder that space exploration is anything but safe.
Is another bureaucracy really going to solve the problem?
The National Constitution Center summarizes contributions to the ongoing debate over the constitutionality of the Space Force - including a new Congressional Research Service report on the subject.
The issue was recently raised by legal scholar Michael Dorf, and goes back to earlier debates about whether originalism implies that the Air Force is unconstitutional.
A new military service focused on space would be a burden on both taxpayers and the private space industry.
The Pentagon can't create an entirely new branch of the military on its own. But it's moving forward where it can.
The famed astrophysicist thinks a lot of people are only against the Space Force because it was Trump's idea.
In Trump's world, "everyone" is absolutely thrilled about his widely criticized plans to establish an entirely new branch of the U.S. military.
As bad ass as it might sound, a dedicated Space Force would likely prove to be another big government boondoggle
Which would be cool. But it probably won't happen anyway. So everybody chill.
Survey finds 47 percent of people believe in the existence of intelligent alien civilizations in the universe.
Weir's new book Artemis imagines life in a lunar settlement.
Captain Kirk vs. John Stossel on space travel in a libertarian world.
America returns to its roots, thanks to philanthropists who are literally shooting for the stars.
Space X gets serious about its mission to the Red Planet
The privately funded Breakthrough Starshot program now has an excellent target for its StarChips
Yuri Milner promises $100 million to research sending a fleet of laser-boosted nanocrafts to the nearest star.
Company gets $35 million in venture funding to tidy up the sky.
We spoke with author Andy Weir in September.
The private spaceflight company brings a reusable booster back from space and sticks the landing.