The high frontier: human colonies in space, Volume 1

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Apogee Books, Oct 1, 2000 - Fiction - 183 pages
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This expanded third edition features a new preface, introduction, and collection of essays by space researchers.

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Review: The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space (Apogee Books Space Series #12)

User Review  - Steve Van Slyke - Goodreads

A complaint I sometimes have about plans, ideas or programs put forth by space advocates (I consider myself to be one) is that they are often long on the what, but short on the why. O'Neill may be ... Read full review

Review: The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space (Apogee Books Space Series #12)

User Review  - Stan McCown - Goodreads

Gerard K. O'Neill was a physicist with a number of innovations to his credit. In his book THE HIGH FRONTIER: HUMAN COLONIES IN SPACE, O'Neill put forward a proposal as a follow-up mission for the ... Read full review

Contents

Preface by Roger ONeill
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1ntroduction by Freeman Dyson
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As You Read This Book
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Copyright

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\Gerard K. O’Neill, PhD, was a faculty member of the physics department at Princeton University. He founded the Space Studies Institute and invented the storange ring technique for colliding particle beams.

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