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Table of Contents
"The Blinding of Orion: The Problematic Promotion of Pulse Propulsion" by Edward Guimont
"The 60th Anniversaries of America’s and the World’s First Two Successful Reconnaissance Satellite Missions – GRAB and CORONA" by James David
"Steam to the Rescue: NACA, NASA, and RCS" by Christian Gelzer
"Birth of the Test Ranges, Part II: The Pacific Missile Range" by David Stumpf
"An Interview with General Samuel Phillips: Apollo Program Manager" interview by Howard E. McCurdy
"Five Questions with Kathy Sullivan" by Tom Jones
“Space May Be the Final Frontier, But It’s Made in a Hollywood Basement: Reviews of Chasing the Dream and Spacefarers” review by Dwayne A. Day
"[REVIEW] Teacher in Space: Christa McAuliffe and the Challenger Legacy" “Teacher in Space: Christa McAuliffe and the Challenger Legacy” by Colin Burgess, review by Scott Sacknoff
"[REVIEW] Star Crossed: The Story of Astronaut Lisa Nowak" “Star Crossed: The Story of Astronaut Lisa Nowak” by Kimberly Moore, review by Scott Sacknoff
"[REVIEW] “Cosmic Sculptures” Cosmic Clouds 3-D: Where Stars Are Born" “Cosmic Sculptures: A Review of Cosmic Clouds 3-D: Where Stars Are Born” by Eicher, May et al, review by David DeVorkin
"[REVIEW] See You in Orbit? Our Dream of Spaceflight" “See You in Orbit? Our Dream of Spaceflight” by Alan Ladwig, review by Amy Kaminski
"[REVIEW] Planetary Adventures: From Moscow to Mars" “Planetary Adventures: From Moscow to Mars” by Louis Friedman, review by Scott Sacknoff