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Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Douglas G. Adler Title: The New World on Mars: What We Can Create on the Red Planet Author: Robert Zubrin Format:

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Loretta Hall Title: Space Bites: Reflections of a NASA Food Scientist Author: Vickie Kloeris Format: Paperback Pages: 141 pages Publisher: Ballast

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Douglas G. Adler Title: Space: The Human Story Author: Tim Peake Format: Hardcover/Paperback/Kindle Pages: 330 Publisher: Century Date: October 2023 Retail

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Casey Suire Title: NACA to NASA to Now: The Frontiers of Air and Space in the American Century Author: Roger D.

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: John J. Vester Title: Planet Earth, Past and Present: Parallels Between Our World and its Celestial Neighbors Author: Michael Carroll Format:

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Loretta Hall Title: Cosmonaut: A Cultural History Author: Cathleen S. Lewis Format: Hardcover/Kindle Pages: 324 pages Publisher: University of Florida Press

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Dale Skran Title: Space Forces: A Critical History of Life in Outer Space Author: Fred Scharmen Format: Hardcover/Kindle Pages: 272 Publisher:

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Douglas G. Adler Title: Moonshot: A NASA Astronaut’s Guide to Achieving the Impossible Author: Mike Massimino Format: Hardcover/Kindle Pages: 224 Publisher:

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: John J. Vester Title: Nuclear Rockets: To the Moon and Mars Author: Manfred “Dutch” von Ehrenfried Format: Paperback/Kindle Pages: 270 Publisher:

Category: NonfictionReviewed by: Peter SpasovTitle: Behavioral Health and Human Interactions in SpaceAuthor: Nick Kanas, M.D.Format: Hardcover/KindlePages: 447Publisher: SpringerDate: February 2023Retail Price: $89.99/$89.99ISBN: 978-3031167225Find this book Spacecraft are confined

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Casey Suire Title: The Next Space Race: A Blueprint for American Primacy Authors: Richard M. Harrison and Peter A. Garretson Format:

Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: Susan Raizer Title: Dinner on Mars: The Technologies That Will Feed the Red Planet and Transform Agriculture on Earth Author: Lenore

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Category: Nonfiction Reviewed by: John J. Vester Title: Nuclear Rockets: To the Moon and Mars Author: Manfred “Dutch” von Ehrenfried Format: Paperback/Kindle Pages: 270 Publisher:

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Image: Artist’s concept of the Blue Moon lander. Credit: Blue Origin. Second Human Landing System Contract Encourages Competition and Innovation The National Space Society congratulates