Monographs

2008
Callmers, William, ed. Space Policy and Exploration. New York: Nova Science, 2008.
Miller, Ron. Space Exploration. Minneapolis, Minn.: Twenty First Century Books, 2008.

2007
Bond, Peter. Distant Worlds: Milestones in planetary exploration. New York: Copernicus Books in association with Praxis Publishing, 2007.
Harland, David M. Space Exploration 2008. New York: Springer 2007.
Harland, David and Paolo Ulivi. Robotic exploration of the solar system; part 1. the golden age 1957-1982. New York, Springer, Praxis Publishing, 2007.
Harvey, Brian. Russian Planetary Exploration: History, Development, Legacy, Prospects. Berlin, New York: Springer; Chichester, UK: Praxis Pub., 2007.
----. Space Exploration 2008. New York: Springer, 2007.
----. Soviet and Russian lunar exploration. New York: Springer, Praxis Publications, 2007 Hogan,Thor. Mars wars. The rise and fall of the Space Exploration Initiative. Washington: NASA History Division, Office of External Relations, 2007. Godwin, Robert. The Lunar Exploration Scapbook. Burlington, Ont.: Apogee Books, 2007.
Godwin, Matthew. The Skylark rocket: British space science and the European Space Research Organization. Paris: Beauchesne, 2007.
Reidy Michael S., Gary, Kroll and Erik M. Conway. Exploration and Science: Social Impact and Interaction. Santa Barbara, California: Abc-Clio, 2007.
Schrunk, David. The moon: resources, future developments and settlement. New York: Springer, 2007.

2006
Harvey, Brian. Space Exploration 2007. New York: Springer, 2006.
Furniss, Tim, David F. Shayler, and Michael D. Shayler. Praxis Manned Spaceflight Log 1961-2006. New York: Springer, 2006
Furniss, Tim, David F. Shayler, and Michael D. Shayler. A History of Space Exploration. London: Mercury Books, 2006.
Godwin, Robert, ed. Surveyor Lunar Exploration Program: The NASA Mission Reports. Burlington Ontario: Apogee Books, 2006.
----. Project Apollo: Exploring the Moon. Burlington Ontario: Apogee Books, 2006. 
Pelton, Joseph. Space exploration and astronaut safety. Reston: AIAA, 2006
Schmitt, Harrison H. Return to the Moon: Exploration, Enterprise, and Energy in the Human Settlement of Space. New York: Copernicus Books in association with Praxis Publishing, 2006.
Tkatchova, Stella. From space exploration to commercialization. Enschede: PrintPartners Ipskamp, 2006.

2005
Burleson, Daphne. Space programs outside the United States: all exploration and research efforts, country by country.
Jefferson: McFarland& Company, 2005.


Articles

2008
Broniatowski, David André and Annalisa L. Weigl. “Articulating the space exploration policy-technology feedback cycle.” Acta Astronautica 63 (2008): 649-656.
Buckley, Nicole, Perry Johnson-Green and Luc Lefebvre. “Worms to astronauts: Canadian Space Agency approach to life science in support of exploration.” Acta Astronautica 63 (2008): 1148-1151.
Launius, Roger D. “Space stations for the United States: An idea whose time has come – and gone?” Acta Astronautica 62 (2008): 539-555
Logsdon, John M. "Why Space Exploration Should be a Global Project." Space Policy 24 (2008): 3-5. Schaffer, Audrey M. "What do Nations want from International Collaboration for Space Exploration?" Space Policy 24 (2008): 95-103.
------. “Design of an international collaboration mechanism for space exploration.” Acta Astronautica 63 (2008): 509-528.
Vedda, James A. "Challenges to the Sustainability of Space Exploration." Astropolitics 6 (2008):22-49.

2007
Dupas, Alain and John M. Logsdon. “Creating a Productive International Partnership in the Vision for Space Exploration.” Space Policy 23 (2007): 24-28.
Finarelli, Peggy and Ian Pryke. “Building and Maintaining the Constituency for Long-term Space Exploration.” Space Policy 23 (2007): 13-19.
Jones, Harriet, Kay Yeoman, and Charles Cockell. “A Pilot Survey of Attitudes to Space Sciences and Exploration among British School Children.” Space Policy 23 (2007): 20-23.
Pyne, Stephen J. "The Extraterrestrial Earth: Antarctica as Analogue for Space Exploration." Space Policy 23 (2007): 147-149.
Müller, Hartmut, Hans-Jörg Heidmann and Uwe Apel. “Autonomous European Lunar Exploration-Entry Point for a Global Cooperation.” Acta Astronautica 61 (2007): 88-94.
Oliver, Carol A. “The Virtual Space Exploration Education Portal.” Acta Astronautica 61 (2007): 548-552.
Raftery, Michael and Todd Fox. “The Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV) and the Next Generation of Human Spaceflight.” Acta Astronautica 61 (2007): 185-192.
Robinson, Julie A., Tracy L. Thumm and Donald A. Thomas. “NASA Utilization of the International Space Station and the Vision for Space Exploration.” Acta Astronautica 61 (2007): 176-184.

2006
Billings, Linda. “Exploration for the Masses? Or Joyrides for the Ultra-rich? Prospects for Space Tourism.” Space Policy 22 (2006): 162-164.
Casini, Silvano. “Dealing with the International Implications of Space Exploration.” Space Policy 22 (2006): 155-157.
-------. Implementing International Co-operation in Space Exploration. Space Policy 22 (2006): 23-28.
Huntress, Wes. “The next steps in exploring deep space – A cosmic study by the IAA” Acta Astronautica 58 (2006): 304-377.
Mathurin, Jeph and Nicolas Peter. “Private Equity Investments Beyond Earth Orbits: Can Space Exploration Be the New Frontier for Private Investments?” Acta Astronautica 59. (2006): 438-444.
Matsumoto Kohtaro et al. “Japanese Lunar Exploration Long-term Plan.” Acta Astronautica 59 (2006): 68-76.
Rycroft, Michael J. “Space Exploration Goals for the 21st Century.” Space Policy 22 (2006): 158-161.

2005
Blamont, Jacques. “International space exploration: Cooperative or competitive?” Space Policy 21 (2005): 89-92. Correll, Randall R. and Nicolas Peter. Odyssey: Principles for enduring space exploration.” Space Policy 21 (2005): 251-258.
Finarelli, Peggy and Ian Pryke. “A new paradigm for international cooperation in space exploration.” Space Policy 21 (2005): 97-99.

2004
Launius, Roger D. “After Columbia: The Space Shuttle Program and the Crisis in space access. Astropolitics 2 (2004): 277-322.
Sadeh, Eligar. “Technical, organizational and political dynamics of the International Space Station.” Space Policy 20 (2004): 171-188.


IAC Papers

2008
A New Paradigm for a New Vision on Space by: Louis Friedman, Co-author Jacques Blamont IAC-08.A3.1.7 59th International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, Sept. 29 - Oct. 3, 2008
An Integrated Scenario to Pursue European Stakeholder Objectives in the International Context of Future Space Exploration Marc Haese IAC-08.A5.3.8 59th International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, Sept. 29 - Oct. 3, 2008
Managing and sustaining long-term global space exploration Pascale Ehrenfreund, Co-authors Nicolas Peter,, Kai-Uwe Schrogl and John Logsdon IAC-08.E3.2.5 59th International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, Sept. 29 - Oct. 3, 2008

2006
Fly Me to the Moon: Legal Considerations of Space Exploration Initiatives from the European and US Perspectives by: Larry Martinez IAC-06-E6.2.A.03 57th International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, Oct. 2-6, 2006
Sustaining Space Exploration over the Long Term by: Ian Pryke IAC-06-E3.1.B.03 57th International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, Oct. 2-6, 2006
Space exploration marketing and the development of a global brand equity by: William Widjaja IAC-06-E2.2.07 57th International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, Oct. 2-6, 2006
An Integrated Modeling Tool for Sustainable Space Exploration by: Sarah Shull IAC-06-D3.3.01 57th International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, Oct. 2-6, 2006
Creating A Strategy for Exploration by: Jeff Volosin IAC-06-A3.6.01 57th International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, Oct. 2-6, 2006
International Cooperation in Space Exploration: towards a shift in the traditional space powers distribution? by: Aurélie Trur Nicli IAC-06-E3.P.1.04 57th International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, Oct. 2-6, 2006
The European Space Exploration Programme “Aurora”: status and outlook by: Piero Messina IAC-06-A5.2.01 57th International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, Oct. 2-6, 2006

2005
New Era of Robotic and Human Space Exploration by: Serge Plattard IAC-05-P.E.3.01 56th International Astronautical Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, the International Academy of Astronautics, and the International Institute of Space Law, Fukuoka, Japan, Oct. 17-21, 2005
Implementing International Cooperation in Space Exploration by: Magraret C. Finarelli and Ian Pryke IAC-05-E3.2.03 56th International Astronautical Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, the International Academy of Astronautics, and the International Institute of Space Law, Fukuoka, Japan, Oct. 17-21, 2005
Japanese Lunar Exploration Long Term Plan by: Kohtaro Matsumoto, Norimitsu Kamimori and Manabu Kato IAC-05-D3.1.03 56th International Astronautical Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, the International Academy of Astronautics, and the International Institute of Space Law, Fukuoka, Japan, Oct. 17-21, 2005

2004
Proposal for an Integrated European Space Exploration Strategy by: Wolfgang Seboldt. Co-authors: Bernd Dachwald, Hans-Jochen Blome and Lutz Richter IAC-04-IAA.3.6.1.06 55th International Astronautical Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, the International Academy of Astronautics, and the International Institute of Space Law, Vancouver, British Columbia, Oct. 4-8, 2004


Reports

Report of the UK Space Exploration Working Group, September 2007 http://www.bnsc.gov.uk/assets/channels/discovering_space/SEWG_Report.pdf
The Global Exploration Strategy: The Framework for Coordination, 31 May 2007
January 2004: From The White House: A Renewed Spirit of Discovery. The President’s Vision for U.S. Space Exploration A Renewed Spirit of Discovery


Académie de l’Air et l’Espace (Air and Space Academy)

Dossier No. 30 : Le rôle de l’Europe dans l’exploration spatiale. 2008


AIAA – American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Achieving the Vision for Space Exploration on Time and Within Budget Stephen Metschan, TeamVision Corporation, Maple Valley, WA; Cyril Longton, Oakdale, CT; Ross Tierney, Launch Complex Models, Cape Canaveral, FL; António Maia, Simcosmos, Vila Nova de Gaia; Philip Metschan, Principia Graphica, San Rafael, CA AIAA-2007-6231 AIAA SPACE 2007 Conference and Exposition, Long Beach, California, Sep. 18-20, 2007

NASA Langley Research Center Systems Analysis & Concepts Directorate Participation in the Exploration Systems Architecture Study Patrick Troutman, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; William Cirillo, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; Stephen Cavanaugh, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; Rudy Saucillo, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; Jennifer Keyes, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; Chel Stromgren, Science Applications International Corp., McLean, VA AIAA-2006-7030 11th AIAA/ISSMO Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization Conference, Portsmouth, Virginia, Sep. 6-8, 2006

International Missions to the Moon: Space Exploration Goals, Programs and Economics Venkatesan Sundararajan, Washington Mutual Bank, Lake Forest, CA AIAA-2006-7507 Space 2006, San Jose, California, Sep. 19-21, 2006

Sustainability Public Policy Challenges of Long-Duration Space Exploration Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, OPS-Alaska, Petaluma, CA; Thomas Gangale, OPS-Alaska, Petaluma, CA AIAA-2006-7314 Space 2006, San Jose, California, Sep. 19-21, 2006

An Alternate Approach towards Achieving the New Vision for Space Exploration Stephen Metschan, TeamVision Corporation, Federal Way, WA AIAA-2006-7517 Space 2006, San Jose, California, Sep. 19-21, 2006

Advantages of an Adaptive Strategy for Space Exploration John Pinder, Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems, Azusa, CA AIAA-2005-2647 1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery, Orlando, Florida, Jan. 30-1, 2005

A Space Exploration Architecture for Human Lunar Missions and Beyond Kenneth Bocam, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Dulles, VA; Charlotte Brown, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Dulles, VA; Douglas Nelson, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Dulles, VA; John Hildebrand, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Dulles, VA AIAA-2005-2529 1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery, Orlando, Florida, Jan. 30-1, 2005

Optimizing Space Exploration Through International Cooperation Peggy Finarelli, International Space University, Arlington, VA; Ian Pryke, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA AIAA-2005-2531 1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery, Orlando, Florida, Jan. 30-1, 2005


CSIS – Center for Strategic and International Studies

Minding the Gaps: Keeping Exploration Alive by Vincent Sabathier and Ryan Faith July 31, 2007 http://www.csis.org/component/option,com_csis_pubs/task,view/id,3987/type,1/
Interoperability and Space Exploration by G. Ryan Faith, Vincent Sabathier and Lyn Wigbels June 1, 2007 http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/070531_interoperability_book.pdf
Human Space Exploration Education For All - Interim Report An Interim Report of the October 4, 2006, CSIS-UNESCO Workshop by Lynette D. Wigbels, Vincent Sabathier and G. Ryan Faith March 21, 2007 http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/070321_hseefa_unesco_interim_report.pdf
The Case for Managed International Cooperation in Space Exploration by David Broniatowski, G. Ryan Faith and Vincent Sabathier September 18, 2006 http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/060918_managed_international_cooperation.pdf
The Still Untrodden Heights: Global Imperatives for Space Exploration in the 21st Century by Human Space Exploration Initiative May 3, 2005 http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/suth.pdf
U.S. Leadership, international cooperation, and space exploration. http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/060426_us_space_leadership.pdf


ESA – European Space Agency

Investing in Space: The Challenge for Europe, Long-Term Space Policy Committee, Second report, ESA SP-2000, 1999. Final Report July 9, 2004 ISEC – International space exploration conference 8-9 November 2007 in Berlin, Germany http://esamultimedia.esa.int/docs/exploration/Events/ISEC_Berlin_Executive_Summary.pdf


ESF – European Science Foundation
Humans in Outer Space – Interdisciplinary Odysseys Download HiOS.pdf an SCH-ESSC Position Paper, April 2008 Science-Driven Scenario for Space Exploration Download Space Exploration_01.pdf
an ESSC-ESF Position Paper, February 2008 ESPI – European Space Policy Institute Space Exploration 2025: Global Perspectives and Options for Europe


ESPI
ESPI Report 14
Space Exploration 2025: Global Perspectives and Options for Europe
by: Nicolas Peter
published: August 2008
download


IAA – International Academy of Astronautics

Huntress, Wes ed. The next step in exploring deep space. Final Report 4 July 2004. http://iaaweb.org/iaa/Studies/nextsteps.pdf Discussion by James V. Zimmerman with Roger M. Bonnet, former Director of Scientific Programmes, European Space Agency and current President of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) on space cooperation models and future approaches. Final Report July 9, 2004

IFRI – Institut français des relations internationales

Exploration humaine de l'Univers - les intérêts nationaux et l'entreprise d'exploration globale Maïté Jauréguy et Christian Beckner, décembre 2004, article (133 ko) présenté lors du 9ème symposium international annuel de l'International Space University (ISU).

Europeans in Space Rédigé par Laurence Nardon et Maïté Jauréguy, ce rapport est le résultat d'une coopération du CFE avec l'Agence spatiale européenne (ESA) sur la question des interactions entre l'exploration spatiale conduite par les Européens et le processus de construction européenne Lire le rapport (198 ko), en anglais seulement. La lune, patrimoine commun de l’humanité? Sabine Akbar, Décembre 2006 http://www.ifri.org/files/CFE/CFE_note_Lune2.pdf

Valérie Zinck-Dasmien. Key assumptions: The Human Space Exploration Initiative CSIS Workshop – 2-3 December 2004 ISU, Strasbourg. http://www.ifri.org/files/CFE/Valerie_Zinck.pdf


National Academies Press


Building a better NASA workforce: meeting the workforce needs for the national Vision for Space Exploration - The National Academies Press, 2007 ISBN 9780309107648 Document type: Report http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=11916

Space radiation hazards and the Vision for Space Exploration: report of a workshop - The National Academies Press, 2006 ISBN 9780309102643 Document type: Report http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=11760


NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Exploration Systems Architecture Study -- Final Report, November 2005 + Full Report (24.5 Mb PDF) Exploration systems interim strategy. NASA Headquarters, 2004


RAND Corporation RAND publications

National Space Transportation Policy: Issues for the Future — 2004 Hogan, Thor and Vic Villhard http://www.rand.org/pubs/working_papers/2005/RAND_WR105.pdf

U.S. GAO – U.S Government Accountability Office
NASA: Challenges in Completing and Sustaining the International Space Station GAO-08-581T, April 24, 2008
NASA: Progress Made on Strategic Human Capital Management, but Future Program Challenges Remain GAO-07-1004, August 8, 2007
NASA Supplier Base: Challenges Exist in Transitioning from the Space Shuttle Program to the Next Generation of Human Space Flight Systems GAO-07-940, July 25, 2007 Exploration Partners, LLC B-298804, December 19, 2006 NASA: Long-Term Commitment to and Investment in Space Exploration Program Requires More Knowledge GAO-06-817R, July 17, 2006
NASA's Space Vision: Business Case for Prometheus 1 Needed to Ensure Requirements Match Available Resources GAO-05-242, February 28, 2005
Space Shuttle: Costs for Hubble Servicing Mission and Implementation of Safety Recommendations Not Yet Definitive GAO-05-34, November 19, 2004 Space Shuttle: Further Improvements Needed in NASA's Modernization Efforts GAO-04-203, January 15, 2004