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NewSpace Book on 10 Years of Commercial Space and Children's Book on Space Released
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New York NY (SPX) Mar 19, 2020

Take an adventure above Earth and amongst the stars to find out some of the things that are up in space! A great book for reading alone, or even with a friend. Use this book as a reference to find more information about space after reading it.

Fourteen year veteran space writer David Bullock created two books on space and space exploration at the end of last year. A non-fiction book about the emerging private space sector, 2008-2018: A NewSpace Primer, and a children's book with a broad look at what can be found outer space, What is Up In Space?, both can be found on most online retailers sites in both print and electronic form. The non-fiction book is published by New York's Page Publishing and the children's book is self-published by Bullock.

Now an Analyst at the business intelligence company NewSpace Global, Bullock previously founded the first digital edition on space and space exploration, Space Lifestyle Magazine. These two books are his first.

Bullock writes, "The emerging commercial space industry, otherwise known as NewSpace is on a roll. Lots of missions are planned for the future, but a lot has also happened in the past ten years.

Interviews from many business professionals fill the book, giving a firsthand perspective on everything from the 2008-2009 recession, the CubeSat Revolution, and the rise of launch vehicle providers.

For anyone who wants to know what has happened in NewSpace economy over the past ten years and what we could expect in the future as a result, this book can give you the background on the hottest new industry that is taking the world by storm."

Bullock originally learned how to write children's books from New York children's book author Shirley Graves. Her books are available in print for most online retailers. He said, "Graves gave me the background and experience to write children's books.

She taught me how to use vocabulary and a storyline sensitive to children's needs. Many people have expressed appreciation of our books and Graves is a children's book award winner. I hope many children enjoy the story of space."

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