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Where do people, non-profits, and companies go when they have a brilliant idea but need funding or support?
Imagine if an endowment was set up when John Glenn first flew into space or Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the Moon. Just $20 Million raised back then could have grown to more than $1 Billion today and provided a source of funds that could make a profound difference.
SPACE 3.0 aims to fill this gap.
Our mission is to help preserve the history of spaceflight, empower entrepreneurs and visionaries, promote STEM initiatives,
and increase awareness of space and its benefits.
This issue features articles on the death of Vladimir Komarov and Apollo explosive devices, as well as interviews with Charles Walker and Frank Cepollina. Plus, from the archives, an official copy of the Soyuz-1 Onboard Journal and "First Words on...