Space Times Volume 52, Issue 1 (January/February 2013)

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President's Message

By Lyn D. Wigbels

Feature

Team Geo Looks to Solve Climate Change from Space
In the fall of 2011, 21 graduate students from around the world gathered at the International Space University's central campus outside Strasbourg, France to answer a question: How can space technology, infrastructure, and culture help solve climate change?
by Merryl Azriel

Next Science Revelation - How to Discover Extraterrestrial Life-forms
We are on the verge of uncovering the next awesome scientific revelation - is there life elsewhere in the universe?
by Eugene F. Lally

AAS Annual Awards

Preview of a New Book

Coming Home: Reentry and Recovery from Space
One of the most difficult tasks with which aerospace engineers have contended is how to transit the atmosrphere during return to Earth. This story represents a means of highlighting the myriad technological developments that made possible the safe reentry and return from space and landing on Earth.
by Roger D. Launius

2011 AAS Emme Award Books

Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo
2011 Eugene M. Emme Astronautical Literature Award Winner
Reviewed by Asif Siddiqi

Man on the Moon: How a Photograph Made Anything Seem Possible
2011 Eugene M. Emme Astronautical Literature (Young Adult) Award Winner
Reviewed by Emme Junior Award Panel

The Scientists Behind Space
2011 Eugene M. Emme Astronautical Literature (Children) Award Winner
Reviewed by Emme Junior Award Panel

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