The December, 2015 ISEC Space Elevator eNewsletter has been issued and can be accessed here. From the eNewsletter introduction:
This month's President's Corner talks about why our President is so 'pumped' about space elevators, why you should be too and what you can do to help further this effort.ISEC is also very pleased to announce the inaugural issue of Via Ad Astra (Road to the Stars), the Space Elevator magazine - a new publication which should appeal to anyone who is interested in science and new ideas.This issue also contains information about "Sky Line", a new space elevator movie recently released as part of the DOCNYC (Documentary New York City) film festival.Finally, this month's "Research Files" column discusses space debris and the space elevator (always a favorite topic of nay-sayers) and this month's "Historical Files" column discusses the IAC (International Astronautical Conference) and the prominent role that space elevators have played in it.
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Volume 1 / Number 1 of Via Ad Astra (Road to the Stars), the new Space Elevator Magazine from the International Space Elevator Consortium is now available!
This magazine contains an interview with Yuri Artsutanov (the Russian engineer credited with inventing the modern day concept of the space elevator), a reprint of an article by Jerome Pearson (the American engineer who independently proposed the modern day concept of the space elevator), articles on the Space Elevator Games, International Law & the Space Elevator and much, much more.
Print copies of this magazine are now available from the ISEC Store for only $11.99 as well as pdf versions, available for only $1.99.
"The ISEC promotes the development, construction and operation of a Space Elevator (SE) Infrastructure as a revolutionary and efficient way to space for all humanity."
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