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Table of Contents


"The Evolution of the Space Shuttle Design" by Joseph P. Loftus
"Launch Complex 5/6 Spin Test Facility (Part II): Life beyond Juno" by James Behling
"A Path Not Taken: Space Platforms and the Space Shuttle" by Christopher Gainor
"Project Manifold and the MOL Heat Shield Test" by Joel W. Powell
"An Interview with Chuck Mathews" interview by John Logsdon
"An Interview with Jean-Loup Bertaux: Leading French Space Scientist" interview by Brian Harvey
Historians Look Back at NASA’s Relationship with the Environment by Christopher Gainor

Book Reviews

The Sky Is for Everyone: Women Astronomers in the Their Own Words by Virginia Trimble and David A. Weintraub, reviewed by David H. DeVorkin
Life in Space: NASA Life Sciences Research during the Late Twentieth Century by Maura Phillips Mackowski, reviewed by Roger D. Launius

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  • Archive ID # C1915
  • Format: Document (print)
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  • Publication Year: 2022
  • Publisher: Quest
  • Copyright Status: Copyrighted
  • Copyright Holder: SPACE 3.0
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 60
  • Type: Serial Publication
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  • Collection: Quest
  • Availability: Physical Access

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