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Table of Contents

Articles

“Spaceport Woomera: The Anglo-Australian Vision of Woomera Rocket Range as Spaceport” by Kerrie Dougherty (winner 2015 Sacknoff Prize for Space History)
“Controlling Men: Masculinity, Technology, and the Discourse of Early American Spaceflight” by Erinn McComb
“The Cuban-Cow-Killing Rocket” by Joel Powell
“William J. ‘Pete’ Knight: You Can’t Just Build One” by Roy Houchin II
“Air Force Pilots Report to Martin for Lunar Simulation Flights to Determine Crew Performance in Space”
“The Ithacus Rocket: Delivering 1200 Men Anywhere on Earth in 45 Minutes”

Book Reviews

“Pioneering American Rocketry: The Reaction Motors, Inc. Story, 1941?1972” by Frank H. Winter & Frederick Ordway III, review by Rick Sturdevant
“Spaceshots and Snapshots of Projects Mercury and Gemini: A Rare Photographic History” by John Bisney & JL Pickering, review by Jennifer Levasseur
“Moonshots and Snapshots of Project Apollo: A Rare Photographic History” by John Bisney & JL Pickering, review by Scott Sacknoff
“Images of America: Vandenberg Air Force Base” by Joseph T. Page II, review by Scott Sacknoff
“The Meaning and Value of Spaceflight: Public Perception” by William Sims Bainbridge, review by Roger Launius
“Rise and Fall of COMSAT: Technology, Business, and Government in Satellite Communications” by David Whalen, review by Roger Launius
“After Apollo? Richard Nixon and the American Space Program” by John Logsdon, review by Michael Neufeld
“The Road to Modern Rocketry: Launch Bases, Centers, Museums, Memorials, and Monuments” by Doug Gangler, review by Hunter Hollins


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  • Archive ID # 1887
  • Format: Document (print)
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  • Publication Year: 2015
  • Publisher: Quest
  • Copyright Status: Copyrighted
  • Copyright Holder: SPACE 3.0
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 66
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  • Collection: Quest
  • Availability: Physical Access