This book documents how space science was started and encouraged to grow both nationally and internationally.
ISBN10 : 052130783X , ISBN13 : 9780521307833
Page Number : 514
One of the most attractive features of the young discipline of Space Science is that many of the original pioneers and key players involved are still available to describe their field. Hence, at this
ISBN10 : 9401003203 , ISBN13 : 9789401003209
Page Number : 1846
ISBN10 : 193515561X , ISBN13 : 9781935155614
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Provides an introduction to space science.
ISBN10 : 9781860943614 , ISBN13 : 1860943616
Page Number : 513
Geology of the terrestrial planets with implications to astrobiology and mission design /Dirk Schulze-Makuch ... [et al.] --Solar dynamics and solar-terrestrial influences /Katya Georgieva --Thedynami
ISBN10 : 9781600210051 , ISBN13 : 1600210058
Page Number : 363
Space science in China is one of the most active areas in modern science, and China has played a dynamic and steadily increasing role in this field since the 1960s. Until recently, however, activity i
ISBN10 : 9789056990237 , ISBN13 : 9056990233
Page Number : 452
An exploration of the planet Earth, the Moon, solar system, and universe.
ISBN10 : 9780717258314 , ISBN13 : 0717258319
Page Number : 8
Assessment of Mission Size Trade-offs for NASA's Earth and Space Science Missions addresses fundamental issues of mission architecture in the nation's scientific space program and responds to the FY99
ISBN10 : 0309069769 , ISBN13 : 9780309069762
Page Number : 104
Provides a comprehensive reference for Earth and space sciences, including entries on climate change, stellar evolution, tsunamis, renewable energy options, and mass wasting.
ISBN10 : 1438128592 , ISBN13 : 9781438128597
Page Number : 873
Traces the history of people's fantasies of space travel, from cave drawings to the Apollo II moon landing and beyond, with contributing thoughts from astronauts, historians, science-fiction writers,
ISBN10 : , ISBN13 : UOM:49015001404459
Page Number : 224