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  • spc_schl_007_058a.pdf
  • spc_hinr_001_060a.pdf
  • spc_mitc_001_062B.pdf

    This issue discusses at length the competition in science, technology, and engineering between the United States and the Soviet Union, including comparisons of developments in missiles, satellites, and educational systems. This issue also includes plans for a village on the Moon. Includes the subscription card inserted in the center of the issue.
  • vbas_space_journal_001_054.pdf
  • vbas_space_journal_055_116.pdf

    This issue includes a statement announcing Space Journal's termination of all connections with the U.S. military and with the Rocket City Astronomical Association. At the time, commander of the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) at Redstone Arsenal Gen. John B. Medaris was concerned that the publishers and writers, all in the employ of ABMA, were using their government positions for personal gain through the magazine. Topics covered in the issue include the dangers and feasibility of space travel, designing buildings for life on the Moon, and the existence of life elsewhere in the universe.
  • spc_mitc_063_113.pdf

    In this issue, articles focus heavily on the exploration of space and the particulars of human activities in space, including "the space man's food," research on how weightlessness affects the human body, and the lack of laws governing space. Also included is a profile of Roy Marquardt, "the ramjet man" and founder of Marquardt Aircraft Company. This is the final published issue of Space Journal.
  • spc_lude_000007.pdf

    In the letter, Christel congratulates her father on the success of Alan Shepard's flight as the first American in space and comments on aspects of her life as a college student.
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