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Table of Contents
“Farming from Space: Landsat and the Development of Agricultural Surveillance during the Cold War,” by Brian Jirout
“From Magazine to Journal: The History of Quest: Part II — The University of North Dakota Years 1997-2005, Stephen Johnson
“DARPA’s Space History,” by Owen Brown, Fred Kennedy, Wade Pulliam
“X-Rays and Rockets: European Space Science — An Interview with Kenneth A. Pounds” by Matthew Godwin
2017 Winners of the AAS Ordway Award for Sustained Excellence in Spaceflight
“Thor 149: A Moment Frozen in Time,” by Joel Powell
“After the Map: Cartography, Navigation, and the Transformation of Territory in the 20th Century” by William Rankin, review by Richard Easton
“North American X-15: 1958-1968 (X-15, X-15B, and Delta Wing Models) Owners’ Workshop Manual” by David Baker, review by F. Robert van der Linden
“The Final Mission: Preserving NASA’s Apollo Sites” by Westwood, O’Leary, Donaldson, review by Jon Cawley
“Space Race Archaeologies: Photographs, Biographies, and Design” by Pedro Ignacio Alonso, review by Andrew Godefroy
“The Value of the Moon: How to Explore, Live, and Prosper in Space using the Moon’s Resources” by Paul Spudis, review by Roger D. Launius
“Space Physiology and Medicine: From Evidence to Practice, 4th Edition” by Nicogossian, Williams, Huntoon, et al, review by Roger D. Launius
“Waiting for Contact: The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence” by Lawrence Squeri, review by Roger D. Launius
“Totality: The Great American Eclipses of 2017 and 2024” By Mark Littman and Fred Espernak, review by James Zimbelman
“The Long Space Age” by Alexander MacDonald, review by Shalina Chatlani
“Design for Space: Soviet and Russian Mission Patches” by Alexander Glushko, review by Andrew Godefroy
“How to Make a Spaceship: A Band of Renegades, An Epic Race, and the Birth of Private Spaceflight” by Julian Guthrie, Review by Rick Sturdevant