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Table of Contents
“The NASA Art Program: Technology, Art, and Contested Visions of Progress, 1962-1973” by Tracee Haupt (winner 2016 Sacknoff Prize for Space History)
“The Short Life of Akjuit Aerospace and SpacePort Canada” by Andrew B. Godefroy
“An Interview with John H. Glenn, Jr: Godspeed” by Sheree Scarborough
“On Course to Tomorrow: A History of Lear Siegler Instrument Division’s Manned Spaceflight Systems, 1958-1981” by Glen Swanson
“Two Cape Canaveral Space History Museums” by Christopher Gainor
“Calculated Risk: The Supersonic Life and Times of Gus Grissom” by George Leopold, reviewed by Dr. Michael J. Neufeld
“An Untaken Road: Strategy, Technology, and the Hidden History of America’s Mobile ICBM’s” by Steven Pomeroy, reviewed by Dr. Thomas Lassman
“Gorodomlya Island. German Rocket Scientists in Russia” by Werner Albring, reviewed by Dr. Dietrich Eckardt
“China’s Evolving Space Capabilities: Implications for U.S. Interests” by Mark Stokes and Dean Cheng, reviewed by Dr. Roger D. Launius
“Mars: Marking Contact” by Rod Pyle, reviewed by David Clow
“Blueprint for a Battlestar: Serious Scientific Explanations Behind Sci-Fi’s Greatest Inventions” by Rod Pyle, reviewed by David Clow
“Faith 7: L Gordon Cooper Jr and the Final Mercury Mission” by Colin Burgess, reviewed by Dr. Michael J. Neufeld