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9780813059709 - Ted Spitzmiller: The History of Human Space Flight - Buch

Ted Spitzmiller (?):

The History of Human Space Flight (2017) (?)

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9780813059709 (?) bzw. 0813059704

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A fascinating human saga of dedication, competition, sacrifice, and achievement."-Dave Finley, National Radio Astronomy Observatory "An ambitious and thorough history, extending back to the earliest risk takers and innovators who laid the groundwork for the astronauts and cosmonauts who would break the bonds of Earth."-George Leopold, author of Calculated Risk "Brings many of the personalities in the exploration of space to life. Spitzmiller offers a great perspective on issues from Von Braun's involvement with the Nazi Party to Grissom's infamous hatch."-Sidney M. Gutierrez, former NASA shuttle commander "A wonderfully synthetic and penetrating account of humankind's historic ventures into space."-James R. Hansen, author of First Man "A well-researched space history full of little-known details that all space enthusiasts will want."-Marianne J. Dyson, author of A Passion for Space Highlighting men and women across the globe who have dedicated themselves to pushing the limits of space exploration, this book surveys the programs, technological advancements, medical equipment, and automated systems that have made space travel possible. Beginning with the invention of balloons that lifted early explorers into the stratosphere, Ted Spitzmiller describes how humans first came to employ lifting gasses such as hydrogen and helium. He traces the influence of science fiction writers on the development of rocket science, looks at the role of rocket societies in the early twentieth century, and discusses the use of rockets in World War II warfare. Spitzmiller considers the engineering and space medicine advances that finally enabled humans to fly beyond the earth's atmosphere during the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union. He recreates the excitement felt around the world as Yuri Gagarin and John Glenn completed their first orbital flights. He recounts triumphs and tragedies, such as Neil Armstrong's "one small step" and the Challenger and Columbia
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Schlüsselwörter: The History of Human Space Flight Ted Spitzmiller Aeronautics & Astronautics Technology 9780813059709
Daten vom 02.04.2017 13:36h
ISBN (andere Schreibweisen): 0-8130-5970-4, 978-0-8130-5970-9
9780813059709 - Ted Spitzmiller: History of Human Space Flight - Buch

Ted Spitzmiller (?):

History of Human Space Flight (?)

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9780813059709 (?) bzw. 0813059704

, in Deutsch, University of Florida Press, United States of America, neu, E-Book
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History of Human Space Flight, &quote;A fascinating human saga of dedication, competition, sacrifice, and achievement.&quote;--Dave Finley, National Radio Astronomy Observatory&quote;An ambitious and thorough history, extending back to the earliest risk takers and innovators who laid the groundwork for the astronauts and cosmonauts who would break the bonds of Earth.&quote;--George Leopold, author of Calculated Risk&quote;Brings many of the personalities in the exploration of space to life. Spitzmiller offers a great perspective on issues from Von Braun's involvement with the Nazi Party to Grissom's infamous hatch.&quote;--Sidney M. Gutierrez, former NASA shuttle commander &quote;A wonderfully synthetic and penetrating account of humankind's historic ventures into space.&quote;--James R. Hansen, author of First Man&quote;A well-researched space history full of little-known details that all space enthusiasts will want.&quote;--Marianne J. Dyson, author of A Passion for SpaceHighlighting men and women across the globe who have dedicated themselves to pushing the limits of space exploration, this book surveys the programs, technological advancements, medical equipment, and automated systems that have made space travel possible.Beginning with the invention of balloons that lifted early explorers into the stratosphere, Ted Spitzmiller describes how humans first came to employ lifting gasses such as hydrogen and helium. He traces the influence of science fiction writers on the development of rocket science, looks at the role of rocket societies in the early twentieth century, and discusses the use of rockets in World War II warfare.Spitzmiller considers the engineering and space medicine advances that finally enabled humans to fly beyond the earth's atmosphere during the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union. He recreates the excitement felt around the world as Yuri Gagarin and John Glenn completed their first orbital flights. He recounts triumphs and tragedies, such as Neil Armstrong's &quote;one small step&quote; and the Challenger and Columbia disasters.The story continues with the development of the International Space Station, NASA's interest in asteroids and Mars, and the emergence of China as a major player in the space arena. Spitzmiller shows the impact of space flight on human history and speculates on the future of exploration beyond our current understandings of physics and the known boundaries of time and space.Ted Spitzmiller, retired from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, is a pilot and flight instructor. He is the author of many books, including the two-volume work Astronautics.
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Kategorie: eBooks / Fremdsprachige eBooks / Englische eBooks
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Daten vom 02.04.2017 13:36h
ISBN (andere Schreibweisen): 0-8130-5970-4, 978-0-8130-5970-9

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