Spaceflight Vol 58 No 10 – October 2016
This issue is out of print and is available as download only.
Controlling Exposure to Deadly Martian Microbes
People are dead set on going to Mars. Dr John Cain provides the last of his two articles examining the risks inherent in deep-space exploration with an examination of the possible dangers from working on the surface of the Red Planet. Can extremophiles from other worlds threaten human life – all of it?
Chris Starr attended the seventh Spacefest event this year at Tucson, Arizona, 9-12 June and reflects on a gathering of all the “greats” in the world of space together with astronauts, historians, artists and writers of science fact and science fiction.
Spaceflight at 60 Special!
Roots of Ownership – the origins of the BIS and the Journal
Spaceflight Rising – the story of the magazine’s history
Spaceflight and me – David Hardy on what Spaceflight meant to him
Memories – Clive Simpson on his association with the BIS and Spaceflight
News Analysis – Space action at Farnborough
A Letter from the Editor
Briefing notes – news shorts from around the world
ISS Report – 16 July-15 August 2016
Flashback – A regular feature looking back 50 years ago this month
Satellite Digest – 525 July 2016
Society News – The BIS Space Conference - A Labour of Love - The Society’s 71st AGM - Removing Debris - The Sokol Spacesuit