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Quest Issue: Volume 22 #2
Artist Conceptual Art:  MOL, Manned Orbiting Laboratory

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Product Code: V222

Table of contents

  • "Thirty Days in a MOL: Biomedically Relevant Aspects of a Reconnaissance Mission Inferred From Orbital Parameters" by John Charles and Daniel Adamo
  • "The Early Bird Decision: 50 Years Later" by Dr. David Whalen
  • "Unequal Partners: Canadian, Japanese, and American Space Programs" by Michael Bouchey
  • An Interview with Donald Peterson: MOL and STS-6 Astronaut by Jennifer Ross-Nazzal

  • Book Reviews

    • "Rockets and Revolution: A Cultural History of Early Spaceflight" by Michael G. Smith, review by Hunter Hollins
    • "No Requiem for the Space Age: The Apollo Moon Landings and American Culture" by Matthew Tribbe, review by Michael Neufeld
    • "The Asteroid Threat: Defending Our Planet from Deadly Near Earth Objects", review by David DeVorkin
    • "The Rocket into Planetary Space" by Hermann Oberth, Translated by Sorensen, Kehr, Ciancone, Englert, Oliefka, Sturdevant, and Wilson, review by Michael Neufeld
    • "The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler's Men" by Eric Lichtblau, review by Michael Neufeld
    • "Final Frontier: The Pioneering Science and Technology for Exploring the Universe" by Brian Clegg, review by Roger Launius
    • "Curiosity: An Inside Look at the Mars Rover Mission and the People Who Made It Happen" by Rod Pyle, review by Jennifer Levasseur