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“Provides smart analysis of the New Space sector as well as historical context about NASA’s triumph and failures.”—The New York Times Book Review
“Mr. Fernholz, a reporter at the website Quartz, provides the better organized narrative, centered on the private sector's quest to build reusable rocket technology.”—The Wall Street Journal
“Important and revealing . . . exciting.”—The Weekly Standard
“. . . fascinating biographical details about today’s space entrepreneurs . . . [Fernholz] does a good job of explaining the risks involved in the rocket industry.”—The Weekly Standard
“Pass[es] along shiny nuggets about the origins and evolution of the billionaires’ space dreams.”—GeekWire
“This book is exemplary journalistic work. Fernholz relates the story of these two self-made companies to the public in a non-biased way. It is evident on every page how passionate Fernholz is about this project and it really shows, yet he maintains an academic, non-intrusive journalistic voice. The narrative flows smoothly and is by no means elitist or exclusive.”—Infinite Text