The Space Review features the following essays this week:
Dan Lester proposes using the Earth-Moon L1 point as a logical starting point for journeys beyond low Earth orbit.
Bob Clarebrough looks back two centuries to the development of a different industry to find lessons of innovation for todayâ€™s space entrepreneurs.
Taylor Dinerman warns that the US should not appear to be too eager to work with the Chinese.
Dwayne Day describes a new Smithsonian exhibit that features two instruments that flew on the Hubble Space Telescope.
Jeff Foust reviews a book that attempts to prove that space is the solution to our energy woes.