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By Aldrin, Buzz; Dyson, Marianne J.
The Apollo 11 astronaut invites young people to evaluate Mars as a potential planet for human colonization, and describes what Mars residents might experience while traveling to and living on the Red Planet.
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By Dyson, Marianne J.
A former NASA mission controller with firsthand knowledge of the space program combines a vivid description of humankind's race to the moon with a detailed vision of the moon as our next frontier. Full color.
Part of the Twentieth-Century Science set, this title reveals how the astronomers unravel the mysteries of how the Sun shines, how stars collapse into black holes, and how the universe expands. It is the story of dreamers who designed rockets to bring back knowledge of other worl ...
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Dyson relates the first five space shuttle flights from the personal perspective of mission planning and operations in Houston at the Johnson Space Center, based almost exclusively on original sources such as journals and NASA weekly activity reports.
This collection of Marianne Dyson's stories opens with Fireworks in Orbit about a space shuttle crew's struggle to survive an explosion. The Critical Factor features a clone facing the end of the universe. The Pest Man is flash fiction for Halloween. Virtually Correct focuses on ...
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