I'm glad. The more, the merrier. Anything relating to space exploration, colonisation, domination and exploitation is not only a tremendous benefit to the nation or company doing it but also a tremendous benefit to our species as a whole. Once again, I should state that getting rid of the Outer Space Treaty would contribute greatly to outer space expansion. That treaty has done tremendous damage to our species since its inception. The lack of weapons in space greatly reduces the incentive governments have to invest in space technology. This problem is further compounded by the fact that the richest nations use funds that would otherwise go to furthering space technology and waste them on formalised/standardised conventional weapons that will never be used or used to wage pointless wars. Every dollar that goes to putting men and machines in space is a dollar well spent, even if there were cheaper or more efficient alternatives available. I can't stress enough that the money used to actually benefit our species via space expansion would be wasted anyway. For instance, the USA has thus far spent over five trillion dollars on Afghanistan and Iraq alone. If nothing else, that money represents the sheer scale of wasted man hours and manpower. If it's going to be wasted, and knowing how liberal democracy functions it will be, then it should be wasted on things that will greatly benefit our species like outer space expansion.