John Logsdon

John Logsdon

Emeritus Professor of the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University

John Logsdon es analista e historiador del programa espacial de los Estados Unidos y su relación con los programas espaciales del resto del mundo.

Prolífico autor, siempre ha trasladado para su perspectiva sobre cuestiones relativas al espacio.

Miembro de consejos y comités asesores de la Universidad George Washington desde 1970; fundó su Instituto de Política espacial en 1987. Es profesor de la Universidad Internacional de espacio.

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Space Commercialization: a Business Opportunity on Earth.

Space Commercialization: a Business Opportunity on Earth.

The Future Trends Forum presented its 31st report on innovation trends that will shape the near future. In this case, it focuses on space commercialization opportunities. Technological development is enabling a new commercialization of space. The experts of the Future Trends Forum, the Bankinter Innovation Foundation think tank, have analyzed the opportunities and threats of […]

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Space Tourism “For All” Is Around The Corner

Space Tourism “For All” Is Around The Corner

When NASA space shuttles were retired in 2011, there have been no more space tourists since 2019. This may very well change soon. The first space tourist in history was Dennis Tito, who between April and May 2001 spent eight days aboard the International Space Station in exchange for some $20 million. Six more people […]

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Space as an Industry

Space as an Industry

Descubre cómo ha evolucionado la industria espacial, de la era de la exploración al turismo espacial.

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