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Article “” by Published in Winner: 2020 Sacknoff Prize for Space History Abstract In March 1989, more than two decades after it was first proposed, the Canadian...

Article “,” Interview by Christopher Gainor Published in Abstract Story Musgrave’s 30 years as a NASA astronaut count as arguably the most remarkable career for an astronaut...

Article “” by Published in Abstract The year 2020 saw the end of the long gap between launches of crewed spacecraft from American soil when the first...

Article “,” Interview by Tom Jones Published in Abstract Captain (USNR ret.) Kathryn D. Sullivan, PhD, flew on three Shuttle scientific research missions and was the first...

Article “” by Published in Abstract The decision to locate the US Navy’s first guided missile test range on the West Coast was contentious from the start....

Article “” by Published in Abstract Because the X-15 would fly at a lower dynamic pressure than any other aircraft then in existence in the 1950s, an...

Article “,” interview by Howard E. McCurdy Published in Abstract General Samuel C. Phillips was an Army Air Forces fighter pilot during WWII and stayed in the...

Article “” by Published in Abstract The year 2020 marks the 60th anniversary of two major advances in America’s imagery intelligence gathering capabilities based on satellites that...

Article “” by Published in Abstract From 1958-63, General Atomics and ARPA collaborated on Project Orion, a proposal to build a spacecraft powered by atomic bombs. The...

Book Review The History of Space Flight by Ted Spitzmiller Review by Published in It is no small task to write a general history of any topic,...