Bifoliate print from Skyways magazine with pages 41–44. Front page features various cloud types against a blue background with printed text labels. At upper left: Cirrostratus; upper right, from top to bottom: Cirrus, Cirrocumulus, Altocumulus; center left: Stratocumulus; center right: Anviltop; lower left: Cumulus, Nimbostratus; lower right: Cumulonimbus, Stratus, Fog and Haze. Left interior page: Black printed text about the layers of the atmosphere at top and below, a circular illustration (predominantly in blue) of the different layers (troposphere, stratosphere, ionosphere) above the earth. Right interior page: Rectangular blue diagram of the different layers of the atmosphere, with small planes in black and balloons, meteors, lower aurora, and aurora borealis rendered in white. Miles above the geosphere are indicated in black along the left side. Verso/back page: At upper portion, a chart about air pressure featuring images and text about the need for oxygen masks with a blue background. Lower right: a black and white photographic reproduction of a man wearing an oxygen mask. Text about the oxygen mask printed in blue and white at lower left next to a blue circle. The page has a black background.