8 edition of USA in space found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||United States of America in space|
|Statement||edited by Russell R. Tobias and David G. Fisher.|
|Contributions||Tobias, Russell R., Fisher, David G.|
|LC Classifications||TL789.8.U5 U83 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1587652595, 1587652609, 1587652617, 1587652625|
|ISBN 10||9781587652592, 9781587652608, 9781587652615, 9781587652622|
|LC Control Number||2005030756|
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Contained with the pages of this small book are many outstanding photographs of the USA taken from space by a variety of orbiting spacecraft.
The photographs chosen for this book, cover the very diverse geological features of the United States from the Rocky Mountains, Grand Canyon, Great Lakes and Cap Cod.4/5(1). I expected a book about living in space. Something like Tim Peake's Ask An Astronaut. But this book is about much more, about the struggle from the lowest class of US society to the top.
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The United States space program began on October 7,just six days after the formation of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (), when its administrator, T. Keith Glennan, announced that they were starting a manned spacecraft first stepping stone to manned flight, Project Mercury, began that same year and was completed in Inthe Slovene officer Hermann Noordung was the first to imagine a complete space station in his book The Problem of Space Travel.
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