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Space

Andrew Chaikin - Science - 2002 - 247 pages
The book covers all the major events of the past five decades of human space exploration.
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A Positron Named Priscilla:: Scientific Discovery at the Frontier

Addison Greenwood, Barbara Burke, Marcia F. Bartusiak, National Academy of Sciences, Anne Simon Moffat, Andrew Chaikin, T.A. Heppenheimer, Michelle Hoffman, David Holzman, Elizabeth J. Maggio - Science - 1994 - 360 pages
A Positron Named Priscilla is a book of wonder, offering a fascinating, readable overview of cutting-edge investigations by many of today's leading young scientists. Written ...
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Full Moon

Michael Light, Andrew Chaikin - Photography - 1999 - 236 pages
Selected from photographs taken by Apollo astronauts during the moon expeditions, an array of 145 images offers a composite space voyage to Earth's satellite, from liftoff to ...
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One giant leap

Andrew Chaikin - Moon - 1999 - 368 pages
A photographic history of the Apollo lunar missions as recalled by the astronauts who took part in the historic achievement. Volume one covers the years between 1962 when ...
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The odyssey continues

Andrew Chaikin - Moon - 1999 - 256 pages
A photographic history of the Apollo lunar missions as recalled by the astronauts who took part in the historic achievement. Volume two covers the Apollo 12, 13, and 14 missions.
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Josh Simpson: glass artist

Andrew Chaikin, Josh Simpson - Art - 2001 - 126 pages
Josh Simpson's glass platters, vessels and sculptures are celebrated internationally for their extraordinary, complex beauty. His imaginary landscapes of the seas, skies and ...
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John Glenn: America's Astronaut

Andrew Chaikin - Biography & Autobiography - 2014 - 80 pages
In February 1962, he became the first American to orbit the Earth. Since then John Herschel Glenn Jr. has stood in the popular imagination as a quintessentially American hero ...
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