This issue comes at a time of heightened public interest in astronomy in the aftermath of the recent total solar eclipse that swept across the United States on August 21, 2017, drawing visitors from across the country and across the
We wish to advise readers that this issue of the Journal of Space Philosophy completes five years of its publication for the Global Space Community. We acknowledge the excellent continuous professional work of Kepler Space Institute
16-18 September Meeting of the Recursive Distinctioning (RD)
Research Team at Clayton, Missouri
Any information sciences professional interested in join the Team of professionals involved in the research and development of the theory and applications of Recursive Distinctioning (RD. Contact
This Special Science issue of the Journal of Space Philosophy is a catalyst for us to reflect on the five years we have been editing the Journal for you readers.
It was a surprise in 2012 that the global Space
We continue to develop the presentation of the Journal of Space Philosophy, and we again thank Isabelle Ramirez and Naté Sushereba in our Florida Office for their ongoing creative work.
There are two main foci in this issue.