Air & Space Magazine: July 2013
To new jobs, some odder than others.
By Jeremy Davis
U.S. Navy Panthers weren’t highly evolved, but they could shoot. And they were air conditioned.
By David Noland
Astronomers estimate that billions of habitable planets are orbiting red dwarf stars. What would it be like to live there?
By Bruce Lieberman
For a century, each has shaped the other.
By Julie Decker and Jeremy Kinney
For 50 years, the world has reached the mountain on airplanes from one small town.
By Larry Lowe
Where airplanes have floats, and everybody flies.
By Carl Posey
How technology and an FAA regional office ended it.
By Greg Freiherr
Jan Evans recalls how it was for the families of moon voyagers in the Apollo era.
By Jennifer Ross-Nazzal
Progress in Power and Safety
By J.R. Dailey
What happens when helicopters get a little too close.
By Craig A. Thorson
A historian rescued a lone document from the company’s files.
By Joshua Stoff
At the National Air and Space Museum, some artifacts are more genuine than others.
By Rebecca Maksel