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"Live from Cape Canaveral": Covering the Space Race, from Sputnik to Today

Jay Barbree - History - 2007 - 321 pages
A veteran space correspondent traces America's space history throughout the past fifty years, in an account that shares anecdotal portraits of astronauts and the author's ...
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Neil Armstrong: A Life of Flight

Jay Barbree - Science - 2014 - 384 pages
Much has been written about Neil Armstrong, America’s modern hero and history’s most famous space traveler. Yet shy of fame and never one to steal the spotlight Armstrong was ...
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Deke!: An Autobiography

Donald K. Slayton, Deke Slayton - Biography & Autobiography - 1995 - 352 pages
An autobiography by one of America's original astronauts, who later headed the astronaut program, chronicles Slayton's life as a war hero and space shuttle pilot
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The Day I Died

Jay Barbree - Health & Fitness - 1990 - 200 pages
The author, a broadcast journalist, recounts his recovery from a heart attack that left him virtually dead for five minutes, and explains what measures he has taken to help ...
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A Journey Through Time: Exploring the Universe with the Hubble Space Telescope

Jay Barbree - Political Science - 1995 - 232 pages
The first pictures from the Hubble Space Telescope provide a look at the universe over twelve billion years
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Coming to Class: Pedagogy and the Social Class of Teachers

Alan Shepard, John McMillan, Gary Tate - Education - 1998 - 311 pages
Coming to Class presents twenty-one original essays on the relationship of pedagogical practice to instructors' social class histories.
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Marlowe's Soldiers: Rhetorics of Masculinity in the Age of the Armada

Alan Shepard - Literary Collections - 2002 - 248 pages
Shepard argues that the Marlowe plays wrestle with the philosophical assumptions about the nature of war and the role and status of soldiers in English culture that were being ...
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