2 edition of Exploring Volunteer Space found in the catalog.
Exploring Volunteer Space
Ivan H. Scheier
June 1980 by Volunteer Readership .
Written in English
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Chapter 1 Leaving Earth 4. Chapter 2 Spacecraft 8. Chapter 3 Space Gear Chapter 4 Life in Space Throughout the book, Exploring Space gives all space-exploring and star-watching countries their due, with appropriate attention to the contributions of the U.S., Russia, Europe, China, Chile, and Japan.
I was particularly pleased to see beautiful drawings of spacecraft like Magellan, Venera, Lunokhod, and Huygens, which are almost never. Exploring Space: Voyages in the Solar System and Beyond. Here, for the first time, is the fascinating story of NASA's most incredible voyages of discovery--the interplanetary odysseys of its deep-space probes, from Viking and Voyager to Magellan and Galileo, Burrows captures all the excitement and drama of the launchings, the journeys, and the encounters of our space probes and concludes with a /5(1).
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