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Article “” by Published in Abstract As NASA began flying the Space Shuttle and sought approval for a space station in the early 1980s, NASA’s Marshall Space...

Article “” by Published in Abstract There are space enthusiasts, including this author, who still lament the cancellation of the US Air Force’s Manned Orbiting Laboratory (MOL)...

Article “,” Interview by John Logsdon Published in Abstract What to do after Apollo had not been a central focus at NASA during the second half of...

Article “,” Interview by Brian Harvey Published in Abstract Jean-Loup Bertaux is one of France’s leading space scientists and played an important role in the development of...

Article “” by Published in Abstract The purpose of this article is to summarize the basic requirements and the technology and design issues that dictated the configuration...

Article “” by Published in Abstract This is the second part of the Spin Test Facility story, following on Part I, which appeared in Quest 29:2. On...

Article “” by Published in Abstract This article centers weightlessness as the primary subject in the work of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Hermann Oberth, and Hermann Noordung. After a...

Article “” by Published in Abstract Paul Calle was once of the first eight artists chosen by NASA in 1962 to document the space program and he...

Article “” by Published in Abstract Beginning with the launch of Sputnik 1, humans were attempting feats that had formerly been the purview of science fiction. The...

Article “” by Published in Abstract The Air Force’s Samos reconnaissance projects spawned several different satellite programs starting in the late 1950s. None of them were successful....