Monthly Archives: November 2014

UPDATED: China’s Latest Lunar Mission

I have a new blog post up at Air & Space about the flight of Chang’E 5T and its significance to the Chinese space program.  Comment here, if so desired. Update added 10 December, 2014: I have been directed to … Continue reading

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The Apollo Program and American “Culture”

No Requiem For The Space Age by Matthew Tribbe looks at the culture of American society and how it reacted to the achievements of the Apollo program. Tribbe’s book, drawn from his Ph.D. dissertation “The Rocket and the Tarot: The … Continue reading

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