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Table of Contents
“From Shavit-2 to Ofeq-1: A History of the Israeli Space Effort” by Deganit Paikowsky
“Reconstructing Ilan Ramon’s Diary” by David Brinn, updated by Sharon Brown
“An Interview with Ilan Ramon” by Gil Mann
“Old Satellites, New Revelations: Remaining Film-era Intelligence Satellites Declassified” by Jeffery Charlston
“Space Effects in Operation Iraqi Freedom” by Rick Sturdevant and Haithe Anderson
“John Bull: The Stellar Journey of a Test Pilot and ex-Astronaut” by Colin Burgess
“Language Protocols in International Human Spaceflight” by Megan Ansdell (winner 2011 Sacknoff Prize for Space History)
Logsdon to Logsdon: JFK and the Race to Define a Career. “JFK and the Race to the Moon” by John Logsdon, review by David Arnold
“The First Soviet Cosmonaut Team: Their Lives, Legacy, and Historical Impact” by Colin Burgess & Rex Hall, review by Asif Siddiqi
“Fifty Years on the Space Frontier: Halo Orbits, Comets, Asteroids, and More” by Robert Farquhar, review by Tom Jones
“Geographies of Mars: Seeing and Knowing the Red Planet” by K Maria D Lane, review by Roger Launius
“Starman: The Truth behind the Legend of Yuri Gagarin” by Jamie Doran & Piers Bizony, review by Cathleen Lewis
“Foothold in the Heavens: The Seventies” by Ben Evans, review by James Vedda