Canadians in Space: The Forever Frontier

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Dundurn, 2009 - Science - 232 pages
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In 1984, Marc Garneau became Canadas first astronaut and a national hero. Since then, seven of his fellow citizens have followed in his footsteps, many more than once. This book was written as a twenty-fifth anniversary tribute to these brave men and women who defied tremendous odds, risked their lives, and soared from Earth on sheets of flame.

 

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Contents

Foreword by Henry Champ
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Youre Going into Space or Youre Going to Blow
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Building a Cruise Ship in the Middle of
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About the author (2009)

John Melady is a veteran writer on military history and space exploration. His many books include Pearson‚e(tm)s Prize, Canadians in Space, Star of Courage, and Heartbreak and Heroism. He lives in Egmondville, Ontario.

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