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Article “” by Published in Abstract The fiery Italian writer and journalist Oriana Fallaci (1929-2006) was a darling of the 1960s counterculture. Although she held strong leftwing...

Article “” by Published in Abstract As early as the late 1950s, the US Air Force (USAF) was studying how to best utilize the new domain of...

Article “,” Interview by Emily Carney Published in Abstract Inspired by Star Trek and Apollo in the 1960s, Marianne Dyson dreamed of working for NASA. School counselors...

Article “” by Published in Honorable Mention: 2023 Sacknoff Prize for Space History Abstract Friendship is typically not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking...

Article “” by Published in Abstract Scientists have studied solar eclipses in the upper atmosphere by using sounding rocket payloads since the beginning of the Space Age....

Article “,” Interview by Leonard David Published in Abstract Before ventures like SpaceX and Blue Origin began taking private citizens into space and before firms like Space...

Article “” by Published in Abstract This speculative article reviews the politics and diplomacy of the space world at three milestone points: 2000, 2025, and 2050. The...

Article “” by Eleanor S. Armstrong and Lisa Ruth Rand Published in Abstract The history of spaceflight is missing something. Despite strides towards LGBTQ+ inclusion and representation...

Article “” by Published in Abstract The first quarter of the 21st century has seen robotic space exploration rise to the forefront of public consciousness. With the...

Article “” by Published in Abstract In 1961, Dr. Donald Michael, a noted social psychologist, predicted that the next several decades of human spaceflight would be difficult,...