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March issue of Space Quarterly

The latest edition of Space Quarterly magazine was released on March 1. This issue is our biggest effort to date with 17 articles covering a wide range of topics including a focus on military space.

Canadian Edition table of contents:

- Leveraging Space Operations: An Interview with Col. Andre Dupuis
- Canadian Briefs: Holding Steady
- Telesat's Roller Coaster Year
- Can Stratolaunch Take Flight
- The Polar Communications and Weather Mission Can't Come Soon Enough
- Canadian Military Space at a Crossroads
- An Overview of Canada's Military Space Program
- Arctic Awareness: Canada's Polar Epsilon Program
- Sapphire: Canada's First Military Satellite
- Amateur Satellite Sleuths
- Space Team Canada
- Canadian Space Agency Taking Capacity Building to the Next Level
- Canada's Next Space Telescope
- Commercial Space and the Science Market
- The Benefits of the European Global Monitoring for Environment and Security Program
- Russia's Troubled Space Program
- How to Print Spacecraft Parts

U.S. Edition table of contents:

- Colonel Futurist: An Interview with USAF Col. Coyote Smith
- Financing Space Companies
- Future Lunar Bases: Why, Where and How
- Man-Rating the Atlas V
- Can Stratolaunch Take Flight
- Amateur Satellite Sleuths
- Overview of the U.S, Space Defense Program
- Implementing the National Security Space Strategy
- Military Satellites: Current Status and Future Prospects
- The Development of the Air Force X-37B
- Making the Case for Human Missions to Asteroids
- Shooting the Moon
- Commercial Space and the Science Market
- The Benefits of the European Global Monitoring for Environment and Security Program
- Russia's Troubled Space Program
- How to Print Spacecraft Parts

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