We are starting to see the first real progress in space exploration in the private sector, and there are many jobs becoming available, right now, in this fascinating new field. Cosmic Careers will prepare you to take your place, whether as an investor, owner, employee, or enthusiast, in the exciting world of space exploration.
Sierra Nevada, Northrup Grumman, Boeing, and Bigelow Aerospace built prototypes of deep-space habitats that NASA began testing in March 2019, so the physical evidence exists that human beings are committed to living in space for purposes of research, as well as industrial pursuits such as mining.
There will also be opportunities in harnessing huge amounts of energy from the sun using Earth orbiting solar power satellites; designing new forms of space transportation; and construction of facilities for refueling stations for rockets, processing minerals from near Earth asteroids, and building new spaceships and space habitats.
The new space race is on!
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Alastair Browne is a lifetime space advocate and member of national space society. His popular space development blog has over 475,000 followers on Facebook. He is true space junkie who has devoted his life and career to space development. He holds an M.S. in Space Studies from the University of North Dakota
Praise for Cosmic Careers
“It's exciting to see a new generation of explorers chipping away at the hard problems that have prevented us from fully exploring the universe. The second revolution after Apollo is upon us. Hang on!”
Dr. Alan Eustace