Introduction: The Road to Space Stations

1. Quoted in Mike Wright, "The Disney–Von Braun Collaboration and Its Influence on Space Exploration," History Office, Marshall Space Flight Center, 2003.

2. Quoted in Richard Stenger, "Man on the Moon: Kennedy Speech Ignited the Dream,", May 25, 2001. www.

3. Gary Lofgren, correspondence with author, September 4, 2003.

4. Quoted in Giovanni Caprara, Living in Space: From Science Fiction to the International Space Station. Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books, 2000, p. 32.

5. Andrew Dunar and Stephen Waring, Power to Explore: A History of the Marshall Space Flight Center, 1960–1990. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1999, p. 137.

Chapter 1: Modest Beginnings: Salyut and Skylab

6. Quoted in Dunar and Waring, Power to Explore , p. 206.

Chapter 2: A Quantum Leap in Technology

7. Quoted in Dunar and Waring, Power to Explore , p. 115.

8. David M. Harland, The Mir Space Station: A Precursor to Space Colonization. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1997, p. 60.

9. Harland, The Mir Space Station , p. xvii.

10. Quoted in BBC News, "The World's Future in Space," October 20, 2000.

11. Caprara, Living in Space , p. 147.

12. Quoted in Tony Phillips, "Looking Forward to the ISS," NASA, April 2000.

13. Al Feinberg, correspondence with author, September 16, 2003.

14. Buzz Aldrin, "America's Space Program: What We Should Do Next," Popular Mechanics , May 1, 2003, p. 110.

15. Quoted in NASAexplores, "The First-Ever Space Rescue Vehicle," March 2001.

Chapter 3: Living in Outer Space

16. Quoted in Irene Brown, "Space Radiation Becomes Burning Issue," Discovery Channel, September 2003. www.dsc.

17. Quoted in European Space Agency, "Life Sciences: Research Announcement for the Utilization of the International Space Station," 2002.

18. Quoted in Brown, "Space Radiation Becomes Burning Issue."

19. Quoted in Tony Phillips, "Getting Ready for a Space Walk," NASA, January 2003.

20. Quoted in Damon Wright, "Danger in Space," FirstScience. com, January 2003.

Chapter 4: Space Medicine

21. Quoted in Doug Hullander and Patrick L. Barry, "Space Bones,", 2003.

22. W. David Compton and Charles D. Benson, Living and Working in Space: A History of Skylab. Washington, DC: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Special Publication 4208, 1983, p. 324.

23. Quoted in Jerry M. Linenger, Off the Planet: Surviving Five Perilous Months Aboard the Space Station Mir. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000, p. 222.

24. Linenger, Off the Planet , p. 126.

25. Bryan Burrough, Dragonfly: An Epic Adventure of Survival in Outer Space. New York: HarperCollins, 1998, p. 448.

Chapter 5: Research and Experiments

26. Quoted in BBC News, "Astronaut Sees Earth Changes," August 31, 2001.

27. Quoted in ScienceDaily, "International Space Station Research to Study Treatments for Liver Ailments," 2002.

28. Quoted in ScienceDaily, "International Space Station Research to Study Treatments for Liver Ailments."

29. Quoted in SpaceDaily, "ISS Ready to Crank Out the Material," June 2002.

30. Quoted in SpaceDaily, "ISS Ready to Crank Out the Material."
31. Quoted in Marshall Space Flight Center, "NASA Experiments Validate 50-Year-Old Hypothesis," June 2003. www1.msfc.

32. Quoted in Mary E. Musgrave, "Developmental Analysis of Seeds Grown on Mir," National Aeronautics and Space Administration, August 1999.

33. Quoted in Leonard David, "New ISS Duty: A Military Outpost?", September 2001.

34. Quoted in David, "New ISS Duty."

Epilogue: Have Space Stations Met Expectations?

35. Quoted in Dunar and Waring, Power to Explore , pp. 527–28.

36. Compton and Benson, Living and Working in Space , p. 5.

37. Quoted in Federation of American Scientists, "International Space Station Authorization Act of 1995," July 28, 1995.

38. Quoted in Jenna Minicucci, "Review of NASA's International Space Station," American Geological Institute, August 13, 1997.

39. Quoted in Sheryl Gay Stolberg, "Shuttle Report Spurs a Debate in Congress," New York Times , August 28, 2003, p. B-23.

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