Introduction: Making Space ( Martin Parker, University of Leicester School of Management and David Bell, University of Leeds ). 1. Checklist: The Secret Life of Apollo's "Fourth Crewmember" ( Matthew H. Hersch, University of Pennsylvania ). 2. A Political History of NASA's Space Shuttle: The Development Years, 1972-1982 ( Brian Woods, University of Glasgow ). 3. The Geostationary Orbit: A Critical Legal Geography of Space's Most Valuable Real Estate ( Christy Collis, Queensland University of Technology - Brisbane ). 4. The Cosmos as Capitalism's Outside ( Peter Dickens, Universities of Brighton and Essex and University of Cambridge ). 5. Capitalists in Space ( Martin Parker, University of Leicester School of Management ). 6. Space is the (non)Place: Martians, Marxists, and the Outer Space of the Radical Imagination ( Stevphen Shukaitis, University of Essex ). 7. The Space Race and Soviet Utopian Thinking ( Iina Kohonen, University of Art and Design, Helsinki ). 8. The archaeology of space exploration ( Alice Gorman, Flinders University ). 9. Giant Leaps and Forgotten Steps: NASA and the Performance of Gender ( Daniel Sage, Loughborough University ). 10. Idealised Heroes of 'Retrotopia': History, Identity and the Postmodern in Apollo 13 ( Dario Llinares, University of Leeds ). 11. Middle America, the Moon, the Sublime and the Uncanny ( Darren Jorgensen, University of Western Australia ). 12. Re-thinking Apollo: Envisioning Environmentalism in Space ( Holly Henry, California State University, San Bernardino and Amanda Taylor, California State University, San Bernardino ). 13. Conclusion: To Infinity and Beyond? ( Warren Smith, University of Leicester School of Management ). Notes on Contributors. Index.