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Table of Contents
“Thirty Days in a MOL: Biomedically Relevant Aspects of a Reconnaissance Mission Inferred From Orbital Parameters” by John Charles & Daniel Adamo
“The Early Bird Decision: 50 Years Later” by David Whalen
“Unequal Partners: Canadian, Japanese, and American Space Programs” by Michael Bouchey
“An Interview with Donald Peterson: MOL and STS-6 Astronaut” by Jennifer Ross-Nazzal
“Rockets and Revolution: A Cultural History of Early Spaceflight” by Michael Smith, review by Hunter Hollins
“No Requiem for the Space Age: The Apollo Moon Landings and American Culture” by Matthew Tribbe, review by Michael Neufeld
“The Asteroid Threat: Defending Our Planet from Deadly Near Earth Objects” by William Burrow, review by David DeVorkin
“The Rocket into Planetary Space” by Hermann Oberth, Translated by Sorensen et al, review by Michael Neufeld
“The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler’s Men” by Eric Lichtblau, review by Michael Neufeld
“Final Frontier: The Pioneering Science and Technology for Exploring the Universe” by Brian Clegg, review by Roger Launius
“Curiosity: An Inside Look at the Mars Rover Mission and the People Who Made It Happen” by Rod Pyle, review by Jennifer Levasseur