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Table of Contents

Articles

“Harry S. Truman and the Prelude to the Space Race” by Christopher Gainor
“Minuteman: Solid Propellant Comes of Age” by David K. Stumpf
” What If? The Orbital Maneuvering Vehicle: A Missed Opportunity” by James Vedda
“An Interview with Joseph ‘Joe’ Shea” by Michelle Kelly
Frank Culbertson Reflects on the Events of 11 September 2001
The Training Journal of the 2004 Astronaut Class

Book Reviews

“Spaceport Earth” by Joe Pappalardo, review by Scott Sacknoff
“Returning People to the Moon After Apollo” by Pat Norris, review by Scott Sacknoff
“Space 2.0” by Rod Pyle, review by Scott Sacknoff
“The Case for Space” by Robert Zubrin, review by Scott Sacknoff
“Heroes of the Space Age” by Rod Pyle, review by Scott Sacknoff
“That’s One Small Step for a Man: The Philatelic Journey of Apollo 11” by Richard Weaver, review by Christopher Gainor
“The Race to the Moon Chronicled in Stamps, Postcards, and Postmarks” by Umberto Cavallaro, review by Christopher Gainor
“Discovering the Cosmos with Small Spacecraft: The American Explorer Experience,” by Brian Harvey, review by Jon Cawley
“Dispatches from Planet 3: 32 (Brief) Tales on the Solar System, the Milky Way, and Beyond,” by Marcia Barusiak, review by James Zimbelman
“Safely to Earth: The Men and Women Who Brought the Astronauts Home” by Jack Clemons, review by David Christopher Arnold
“Come Fly with Us: NASA’s Payload Specialist Program” by Melvin Croft and John Youskauskas, review by Jennifer Levasseur


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  • Archive ID # 1902
  • Format: Document (print)
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  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Publisher: Quest
  • Copyright Status: Copyrighted
  • Copyright Holder: SPACE 3.0
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 67
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  • Collection: Quest
  • Availability: Physical Access