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I remember going through many fights on Capitol Hill about the station that had been most recently rescoped by the members of the Appropriations Committee staff, who had decided to redesign the station yet another time, as NASA was seeking its station appropriations from Congress. Costs kept escalating as the station was redesigned and the construction timetable pushed further into the future. The space station got hung up in a whole series of political and international goals that had little to do with science and technology.
Freeman J. Dyson, Video interview at the May 1979 Princeton Conference on Space Manufacturing produced by the Chicago Society for Space Studies, 1980. 10. Dyson observed that the cost per family of the Mayflower expedition was of the order of $1 million per family—far lower than what would be possible with present launch systems. See Freeman J. Dyson, Disturbing the Universe (New York: Basic Books, 1979). 11. For example, O’Neill predicated many of his projections on space industrialization on NASA’s launch cost estimates of $100 per pound.
P. 141. 20. Roger E. Bilstein, Orders of Magnitude: A History of the NACA and NASA, 1915–1990, NASA SP-4406, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, 1989. 21. Roger E. Bilstein, Flight in America (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984). 22. , p. 52. 23. : Time-Life Books, 1980). 24. A. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1998). 25. James D. , 1980). 26. , 1995). ’’ 27. Nathaniel Bowditch, American Practical Navigator (Washington: Government Printing Office 1966). 28. Joel Mokyr, The Lever of Riches: Technological Creativity and Economic Progress (New York: Oxford University Press, 1990).
Space: The Free-Market Frontier by Edward L. Hudgins