The Online Journal of Space Communication, a project of the Society for Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) hosted online by Ohio University, has partnered with the National Space Society in the publishing of this special issue on Solar Power Satellites.
The table of contents includes links to video, audio and archival material as well as the following articles:
- Harnessing the Sun: Embarking on Humanity's Next Giant Leap by Dr. Feng Hsu
- Global Warming in Perspective: Understanding Climate Change in a World of Contradictory Information by John K. Strickland, Jr.
- Energy Costs Eliminated By Satellite System by Joleroy Gauger
- Sustaining India's Economic Growth by Raghavan Gopalaswami
- Space Solar vs Base Load Ground Solar and Wind Power by John K. Strickland, Jr.
- Costs, Organization, and Roadmap for SSP by Peter J. Schubert
- Why Has SPS R&D Received So Little Funding? by Karen Cramer Shea
- SUNSATS: The Next Generation Of COMSATS by Don Flournoy
- Disruptive Technology: A Space-Based Solar Power Industry Forecast by Kristin Medin
- Low Cost Access to Space is Key to Solar Power Satellite Deployment by Ralph H. Nansen
- Deploying Sunsats by Philip K. Chapman
- Solar Power Satellite Development: Advances in Modularity and Mechanical Systems by W. Keith Belvin, John T. Dorsey, and Judith J. Watson
- Server Sky - Data Centers in Orbit by Keith Lofstrom
- The Sunsat Act - Transforming our Energy, Economy and Environment by Darel Preble
- Legal Issues for Space Based Solar Power by Mark I. Wallach
- Vision for Producing Fresh Water Using Space Power by W. Kent Tobiska
- Space Solar Power Via Prizes by Al Globus
- The Spaceplane Equation by Raghavan Gopalaswami
- Space Solar Power, Lunar Mining and the Environment by Al Globus
Solar Power Satellites
Quick Summary: Articles and Authors
SPS: What Is It?
Access to Space
Law and Legislation
SPS Databases and Archives