On February 20, 1962, John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth.
October 4, 1957. It was the day that the Soviet Union sent Sputnik into space and caused a near panic among Americans who feared that their country was failing in the Cold War and in the space race. John F. Kennedy exploited the concern of a “missile gap” to win
Somewhere out there is a sourpuss (there’s always one) who’ll ask, after picking up this special issue, what the fuss is all about. And he’ll have a point, sort of. Thirty-five years? Lots of publications have been around that long or longer. Just last year, one of the most iconic