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Quest Issue: Volume 20 #1

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Table of contents

  • "Skylab and Our Golden Era" by Ed Gibson

  • "Explorers We? The Making, Unmaking, and Public Involvement Legacy of NASA's Space Flight Participant Program" by Amy Paige Kaminski

  • "Seven Minutes of Terror at the Pasadena Convention Center-Waiting for Touchdown of the Mars Science Laboratory" by David Clow

  • "Launch Pads, Gantries, Shelters, Coffins, Silos, TELs, and Bunkers" by Col. Charlie Simpson (ret)

  • "The Burroughs Atlas ICBM Guidance Computer" by Anthony Young

  • "An Interview with George Mueller", interviewed by Arthur Slotkin

  • "More Details on NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Program" by Philip Horzempa

    Book Reviews
  • "Lunar Rover Owners' Workshop Manual" by Riley, Woods, and Dolling, review by Hunter Hollins

  • "Sputnik's Child" by Fred Ledley, review by Lisa Westwood

  • "Red Rover: Inside the Story of Robotic Space Exploration from Genesis to the Curiosity Rover" by Roger Wiens, review by Lisa Messeri

  • "Space Policy in Developing Countries: The Search for Security and Development on the Final Frontier" by Robert Harding, review by Roger Launius

  • "The Life of Super Earths: How the Hunt for Alien Worlds and Artificial Cells will Revolutionize Life on our Planet" by Dimitar Sasselov, review by Steven Dick

  • "Asia's Space Race: National Motivations, Regional Rivalries, and International Risks" by James Clay Moltz, review by Roger Launius

  • "The Copernican Question: Progrnostication, Skepticism, and Celestrial Order" by Robert Westman, review by Steven Dick

  • "Russian Exploration from Siberia to Space: A History" by Brian Bonhomme, review by Jonathan Coopersmith

  • "Doing the Impossible: George E Mueller and the Management of NASA's Human Space Flight Program" by Arthur Slotkin, review by Christopher Stone

  • "Spacewalker: My Jouney in Space and Faith as NASA's Record Setting Frequent Flyer" by Jerry Ross with John Norberg, review by Valerie Neal

  • "Moon: A Brief History" by Bernd Brunner, review by Roger Launius