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Research Wiki of William Sims Bainbridge, Ph.D.

 

 

 

This illustrates the easy-to-use Android questionnaire interface.

Space Futures Questionnaires!

Help define the future of the space program!  Can you predict the progress of space exploration, 50 years in the future?  What does the space program mean to you today?  You can express your views through questionnaires that are based on years of prior research and on recent surveys about the range of concepts a variety of people possess.

 

There are two ways of expressing your views.  If you have an Android device, you can download two free apps that use an innovative interface that makes it very easy for you to respond and instantly transmits your responses directly into our database: Space Futures and Space Opinions  Or, you can download this somewhat less convenient Word document questionnaire and email it to me at the address it gives.  I promise not to abuse your email by sending advertisements or spam, and will respond to your email only if you request a response.

 

The combined results of the surveys will be published online very quickly to help guide leaders of the world's space programs, governments, aerospace industries, and young people studying related areas of science and engineering.  This is a time for serious reconsideration of humanity's goals in space, and your thinking should be part of the debate.

 

Many years ago, I did a similar questionnaire study, and the book based on it is now available online: Goals in Space.  More recently, I wrote The Virtual Future (Springer 2011) and edited Leadership in Science and Technology (Sage 2012).

 

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