Über den Autor
Don M. Flournoy, Ph.D., is a professor of telecommunications at the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. He is founding editor of the "Online Journal of Space Communication" in publication since 2002. An active member of the National Space Society, Prof. Flournoy served for two terms (2002-2010) on the Board of Directors of the Society of Satellite Professionals International.
Prof. Flournoy took his Ph.D. from the University of Texas, and earned a post-graduate Associateship from the University of London. He was Assistant Dean, Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland OH (1965-1969); Associate Dean, State University of New York/Buffalo NY 91969-1971); and Dean of the University College, Ohio University (1971-9181). For 15 years, Dr. Flournoy was director of a research center, the Ohion University Institute for Telecommunication Studies. He is the author of eight books and numerous articles, including writings on space solar power.
Preface.- Chapter 1: What Is a Solar Power Satellite?.- Chapter 2: What are the Principal SunSat Services and Markets.- Chapter 3: What Will SunSats Look Like?.- Chapter 4: How Will SunSats Be Delivered to Space?.- Chapter 5: How Will SunSat Power Be Captured on Earth?.- Chapter 6: What is the Economic Basis for Solar Power Satellites?.- Chapter 7: What are the Legal Issues?.- Chapter 8: How is SunSat Development Faring Internationally?.- Chapter 9: What is Worrisome about Solar Power Satellites?.- Chapter 10: Top Ten Things to Know About Space Solar Power.- Glossary.- Index.
Explains how and why the space satellite industry will begin to expand its market and generate energy for
Earth in space using solar power satellites