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Table of Contents
“Skylab and Our Golden Era” by Ed Gibson
“Explorers We? The Making, Unmaking, and Public Involvement Legacy of NASA’s Space Flight Participant Program” by Amy Paige Kaminski (winner 2012 Sacknoff Prize for Space History)
“Seven Minutes of Terror at the Pasadena Convention Center-Waiting for Touchdown of the Mars Science Laboratory” by David Clow
“Launch Pads, Gantries, Shelters, Coffins, Silos, TELs, and Bunkers” by Col. Charlie Simpson (ret)
“The Burroughs Atlas ICBM Guidance Computer” by Anthony Young
“An Interview with George Mueller” by Arthur Slotkin
“More Details on NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Program” by Philip Horzempa
“Lunar Rover Owners’ Workshop Manual” by Riley, Woods, & Dolling, review by Hunter Hollins
“Sputnik’s Child” by Fred Ledley, review by Lisa Westwood
“Red Rover: Inside the Story of Robotic Space Exploration from Genesis to the Curiosity Rover” by Roger Wiens, review by Lisa Messeri
“Space Policy in Developing Countries: The Search for Security and Development on the Final Frontier” by Robert Harding, review by Roger Launius
“The Life of Super Earths: How the Hunt for Alien Worlds and Artificial Cells will Revolutionize Life on our Planet” by Dimitar Sasselov, review by Steven Dick
“Asia’s Space Race: National Motivations, Regional Rivalries, and International Risks” by James Clay Moltz, review by Roger Launius
“The Copernican Question: Prognostication, Skepticism, and Celestial Order” by Robert Westman, review by Steven Dick
“Russian Exploration from Siberia to Space: A History” by Brian Bonhomme, review by Jonathan Coopersmith
“Doing the Impossible: George E Mueller and the Management of NASA’s Human Space Flight Program” by Arthur Slotkin, review by Christopher Stone
“Spacewalker: My Journey in Space and Faith as NASA’s Record Setting Frequent Flyer” by Jerry Ross with John Norberg, review by Valerie Neal
“Moon: A Brief History” by Bernd Brunner, review by Roger Launius