President Donald Trump has uttered the word “space,” and promised to unlock its “mysteries.” In the hypervigilant atmosphere surrounding a radical change in the Washington power structure, the new commander-and-chief’s brief mention in his inaugural address probably is significant. It means he, or more likely at this point in the Trump administration his top advisers, plan to focus on spaceflight in some form or fashion. And given Trump’s early efforts to ...

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