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|Origin:||Journal of Space Technology and Science: Special Issue on Space Tourism, Vol 9, No 1, pp 3-7.|
Space activities are considered to provide people with futuristic expectations and dreams of new frontiers. But on the contrary, the reality of space activities is facing a slowdown of national projects in the former Soviet Union and even in the United States. Generally in the world it is difficult to continue ongoing space projects and to extend space commercialization due to financial reasons. Vague expectations and dreams for the future are not enough to justify government funding to continue space activities further.
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