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Table of Contents
“The Evolutionary Role of the Astronaut from Apollo 1 to Apollo 8” by Eric Pearson
“What Kind of Landsat-D Ground Station Can we Export to China?” by James E. David
“An Interview with Edgar D. Mitchell: Shifting Perspectives” by Sheree Scarbourough
“Six Months Above the Planet” by Cosmonaut Valery V. Ryumin
“Not for Ourselves Along: The Evolution and Role of the Titan II Missile in the Cold War” by Gary B. Conine, review by J.D. Hunley
“Safe Is Not an Option: Overcoming the Futile Obsession with Getting Everyone Back Alive Is Killing Our Expansion Into Space” by Rand Simberg, review by Roger D. Launius
“The Twenty-First Century in Space” by Ben Evans, review by Lisa Westwood
“Mission Control: Investing the Groundwork of Spaceflight” by Michael Peter Johnson, review by Layne Karafantis
“Soviet Space Mythologies: Public Images, Private Memories, and the Making of a Cultural Identity” by Slava Gerovitch, review by Matthew Shindell
“German Rocketeers in the Heart of Dixie: Making Sense of the Nazi Past during the Civil Rights Era” by Monique Laney, review by Layne Karafantis
“Left Brains for the Right Stuff: Computers, Space, and History” by Hugh Blair-Smith, review by Paul E. Ceruzzi