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Article “” by Published in Abstract This article offers a critical examination of an argument common among space enthusiasts: that since we are doomed to extinction on...

Article “” by Michael L. Ciancone, Roger D. Launius, and Howard E. McCurdy Published in Abstract The apparent risks of spaceflight prompted early human flight engineers to...

Article “” by Published in Abstract Prior to the landing of NEAR Shoemaker on the asteroid Eros on 12 February 2001, some may have argued that such...

Article “” by Published in Abstract The year 2023 was supposed to see multiple commercial landers head to the Moon and initiate a new era of lunar...

Article “” by Published in Abstract Robotic planetary exploration may be the easiest to project into the near future because mission development times are long and planetary...

Article “” by Published in Abstract This special issue of Quest examines the history of spaceflight in this century and projecting where the exploration of space will...

Article “” by Published in Abstract No one else might embody the word “survivor” more than Fred Haise. Throughout his career, his tenacity contributed to successes in...

Article “,” Interview by Emily Carney Published in Abstract On 13 July 2023, Fred Haise spoke with Emily Carney for the SPACE 3.0 Foundation. The following excerpt...

Article “” by Published in Abstract Clementine, in 1994, was the first US spacecraft launched to the Moon in over 20 years—since Explorer 49 in June 1973....

Article “,” Interview by Emily Carney Published in Abstract Called a pioneer on the cutting edge of commercial space by Space News, he began his career in...