Choose Your Desired Option(s)
Added to your cart!
Added to your cart!
Available as an original print.
Purchase the print edition of Quest Volume 20 Issue #3. Free shipping in the USA.
Table of Contents
“International Mission Control: The European Space Operations Centre and the Evolution of International Space Missions” by Michael Johnson
“Galileo Rising: Historical Roots of European Satellite Navigation” by Michael Gleason
“An Interview with Raymond Orye, ELDO Europa and the Foundations of Ariane” by David Redon
“What’s Disrupting our Satellite Operations? NASA, the Intelligence Community, and RF Interference” by James David
“Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11” by Brian Floca, review by Scott Sacknoff
“Space and Defense Policy” edited by Damon Coletta and Frances Pilch, review by David Christopher Arnold
“Space Strategy in the 21st Century” edited by Eligar Sadeh, review by David Christopher Arnold
“Technological Innovation and Prize Initiatives: Google Lunar X Prize and Other Aerospace Competitions” by Luciano Kay, review by Matthew Hersh
“Working on Mars: Voyages of Science Discovery with the Mars Exploration Rovers” by William Clancey, review by Robert Markley
“Forever Young: A Life of Adventure in Air and Space” by John Young with James Hansen, review by William Chapman
“Eisenhower’s Sputnik Moment: The Race for Space and World Prestige” by Vanek Mieczowski, review by David Arnold
“Re-Arming for the Cold War, 1945-1960, Vol I” by Office of the Secretary of Defense, review by Thomas Lassman
“Mission to Mars, My Vision for Space Exploration” by Buzz Aldrin and Leonard David, review by Scott Sacknoff
“Picturing the Cosmos: The Hubble Space Telescope Images and the Astronautical Sublime” by Elizabeth Kessler, review by Roger Launius
“Politics of Space Security: Strategic Restraint and the Pursuit of National Interests” by James Clay Moltz, review by Roger Launius
“Cronkite” by Douglas Brinkley, review by Christopher Gainor
“Cold War Space Sleuths: The Untold Secrets of the Soviet Space Program” by Dominic Phelan, review by James T. Andrews