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Astronomy & Space Science
  • Author:
    Robert Gardner
  • ISBN:
    0385145012
  • ISBN13:
    978-0385145015
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  • Publisher:
    Doubleday; 1st edition (1980)
  • Pages:
    162 pages
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    Astronomy & Space Science
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Depicts what it is like to live in space and speculates on the future of the space shuttle, interplanetary exploration, permanent space stations, and artificial worlds.

Opening the High Frontier is about how to make spaceflight affordable to everyone. It is about the ideas and technologies that will allow us to affordably build a spacefaring civilization. Opening the High Frontier: Our Future in Space Paperback – August 14, 2016. by Eagle Sarmont (Author), Nick Stevens (Illustrator).

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The works of Robert McCall are a rich tapestry that encompasses more than just the history of space exploration and .

The works of Robert McCall are a rich tapestry that encompasses more than just the history of space exploration and visions of the future. His work invites one to ride on a spectrum of color, brilliance, and imagination-to become part of the twisting kaleidoscope that is our ever-expanding knowledge of the universe. More info: Robert McCall. Robert McCall has done more than any other artist to enable Americans to visualize their nation’s presence in space.

The future of space exploration depends largely on an education that sparks people's imaginations and taps into their seemingly innate desire to. .

The future of space exploration depends largely on an education that sparks people's imaginations and taps into their seemingly innate desire to explore the unknown. With that purpose in mind, we recommend the books annotated below. Each of these books provides a myriad of space and space-related issues that have been significant in the past and that offer promise for the future. The NASA History Series, SP-4406.

This book highlights the incredible history of the orbiting vehicles that .

This book highlights the incredible history of the orbiting vehicles that enable us to continue that crucial work: the space stations. Duane Graveline (1931–2016), NASA scientist-astronaut and author of Surly Bonds and From Laika with Love. Working at NASA from the very early days of the space shuttle program, before one day joining the astronaut corps and flying in space, I was a ticket-holding spectator of sorts, watching two rival superpowers come together through a program we called the ISS. Jay’s book, Outposts on the Frontier, chronicles a large part of this historical transformation.

The Space Frontier Foundation is an American space advocacy nonprofit corporation organized to promote the interests of increased involvement of the private sector, in collaboration with government.

The Space Frontier Foundation is an American space advocacy nonprofit corporation organized to promote the interests of increased involvement of the private sector, in collaboration with government, in the exploration and development of space. Its advocate members design and lead a collection of projects with goals that align to the organization's goals as described by its credo.

Pioneering the space frontier. A Bantam Book /May 1986. of the Words "Bantam Books" and the portrayal of a rooster is Registered. While predicting the future can be hazardous, sometimes it can be done. The Original artwork created for this report was not prepaid at. Cover. patent and Trademark Office and in other countries, Registrada. Bantam Books, In. 666 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10103. In 1951, Wernher von Braun and Chesley Bonestell predicted a future in space, above, with a reusable launch vehicle, a space telescope, and a rotating space station. Below is an illustration by Robert McCall which shows this, vision coming true.

The Endless Space Frontier: A History of the House Committee on.From these analyses they evolve an affirmative strategy for the future.

The Endless Space Frontier: A History of the House Committee on Science and nt in the Future. The first popular book to explain the dramatic theory behind the Moon's genesis This lively science history relates one of the great recent breakthroughs in planetary astronomy-a successful theory of the birth of the Moon.