Volume 3, Number 1 (Spring 2014)
This is the fourth issue of the Journal of Space Philosophy. We appreciate the global positive feedback. Our Board of Editors continues to expand with new professional scholars. Articles will continue to represent breakthrough Space science and technology imbedded in philosophical themes.
Readers will find a rich diversity of subjects in this issue from Nanotechnology to how American Vietnam Prisoners of War learned that America had men on the Moon.
This journal is peer-reviewed. Submissions, to BobKrone@aol.com, will be considered for publication from anyone on Earth or in Space. Views contained in articles are those of the authors; not necessarily reflecting policy of Kepler Space Institute. Reproduction and downloading of Journal content for educational purposes is permitted; but authors hold copyrights of their material and professional accreditation is required.