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Editor’s comment for March 2019 – Space… the financial frontier

If you take a cursory glance at my DVD collection you’ll know I’m part of a generation that grew up believing space was going to be an exciting new playground of the future where all sorts of human endeavours and adventures could take place.

So I was enthusiastic at the prospect of attending a conference held in London dubbed: ‘The Next Steps for the UK Space Industry’. Could this mean huge starships being built in gravity defying hangars just off the M4 near Reading or a new era of space travel taking tourists to the moon from EasyJet’s Luton Astro Terminal 4?

Sadly no, these visions are a long way off, but in the short-term space certainly offers many more mundane opportunities when it comes to making money....

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