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Fall 2008

Volume 23, Issue 3


You’d be surprised how many objects used everyday came from the space program

NASA’s first manned spacecraft program proved what America could do with collective effort, engineering skill, and determination

Aviation Pioneer Glenn Curtiss Took his Head out of the Clouds When He Designed the Aerocar


Did Bell steal the most valuable patent ever issued, or were the two inventors on different tracks?


Editor’s Letter

Object Lessons: The Father of Blind Flying


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