Flashback Friday – “Living and Working in Space,” 1983 NASA pamphlet

Here is another item won’t find anywhere online, on the belief that just as we never know where we may end up, it’s best to upload to the cloud while we can.

Front cover of the folded NASA pamphlet “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983.
The NASA pamphlet, “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983. The Space Shuttle did complete the construction of the International Space Station in 2011.
The NASA pamphlet, “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983. “Now, however, the restrictions against space travelers are relaxing as worldwide demands for access to space are increasing.” These words might have been written yesterday as well! Top picture, Astronaut Sally K. Ride. Bottom picture, Astronaut Thomas K Mattingly. Text continues below.
The NASA pamphlet, “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983. Text continues below.
The NASA pamphlet, “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983. Text continues below.
The NASA pamphlet, “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983.
The NASA pamphlet, “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983.
The NASA pamphlet, “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983. “We deliver!” The crew of space shuttle mission STS-5.
The NASA pamphlet, flip-side once folded, “Living and Working in Space,” from 1983.

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