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Table of Contents
“The Next Frontier: The Origins of Mars in Modern Space Science” by Ian Varga
“NASA’s Lessons Learned in Long-Duration Spaceflight: The Shuttle-Mir Program” by Zack Hester
“An Interview with Vance D. Brand: Apollo-Soyuz: Seeds of International Cooperation” by Rebecca Wright
“The Beginnings of Research in Space Biology at the Air Force Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, 1946-1952” by David Bushnell, Introduction by Jordan Bimm
From the Archive: “Project World Series”
“The Orbital Perspective: Lessons in Seeing the Big Picture from a Journey of 71 Million Miles” by Ron Garan, review by Jennifer Levasseur
“The Meaning of Liberty Beyond Earth” by Charles Cockell, review by Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz
“Fifty Years of European Cooperation in Space: Building on its Past, ESA Shapes the Future” by John Krige, review by Roger Launius
“The Surveillance Imperative: Geosciences During the Cold War and Beyond” edited by SImone Turchetti & Peder Roberts, review by Lisa Ruth Rand
“NASA in the World: Fifty Years of International Collaboration in Space” by John Krige, Angelina Long Callahan, and Ashok Majaraj, review by John Logsdon
“Space Careers” by Leonard David and Scott Sacknoff, review by Roger Launius
“Go, Flight! The Unsung Heroes of Mission Control, 1965-1992” by Rich Houston and Milt Heflin, review by Margaret A Weitekamp