Discount code: COLLECT (see below)
Heard about Quest but never got around to subscribing? Now is your chance to get a free extra copy when you subscribe.
Celebrating our 20th year of publication, "Quest: The History of Spaceflight" is the only peer-reviewed history journal on spaceflight. Each 64-page (or more) issue contains photos, interviews, and stories written by historians, people who’ve worked on the programs, and enthusiasts like yourself; stories that cover the programs, technologies, policies, and most importantly…the people.
Our latest issue features a Skylab article written by astronaut Ed Gibson, an interview with George Mueller (discussing the Apollo program) using unpublished material from Arthur Slotkin's new book; and papers covering the Lunar Reconnaissance Program, launch pads and gantries over the years, the Burroughs Atlas ICBM guidance computer; the Mars Science Laboratory; and NASA's Space Flight Participant Program from which the Teacher in Space program evolved from.
Want more? Check out our new website -- www.spacehistory101.com and not only learn about the articles that have appeared in Quest over the years but special, FREE materials we've begun adding to the site: details on fellowships and prizes, locations of space museums, reading lists such as a bibliography of books written by the astronauts over the years, and more.
AND ANOTHER BONUS. By typing in the code COLLECT, in addition to getting an extra issue as a new subscriber, you'll also get a 15% discount off your subscription and any back issues you order. And if you're an existing subscriber, as a collectspace member you can take that 15% off back issues as well.
This is an offer you MUST take advantage of. But don't delay. The code is only good through April 5, 2013.